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Business Insurance Tulsa
Did you know… 25% of businesses that experience a disaster never re-open their doors?
Don’t put your hard work at risk.
Allstate offers insurance packages, specifically tailored to protect small business owners in over 30 industries.
It’s EASY to get the coverage you need!
Plus, we can modify or custom-design any of Allstate’s business insurance plans to meet the exact requirements and unique risks associated with your Tulsa business.
We offer the following types of insurance: Business Owner Plans (BOP), General Liability, Professional Liability, Business Property, Business Vehicle, Business Interruption Insurance, Umbrella Liability and Employee Benefits.
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Business Insurance For You
There’s no need to go it alone and try to figure out what kind of insurance you need for your business. We will help you.
Allstate Business Shield offers a comprehensive coverage plan for specific business types. If you see your business below, click on it to learn more. If you don’t see your business, no problem! We will create a plan just for you.
Business Insurance Resources & Information
This coverage helps protect your company if someone is injured at your place of business or if injuries or damage result from the use of your products or services. It can help shield your business from situations that could be perceived as negligence. Most general liability policies cover financial obligations such as medical costs, as well as legal defense expenses and settlement awards if your business is sued.
Also known as errors and omissions insurance, this type of insurance helps protect your company from claims that its malpractice or negligence damaged a client or other third party. Some states require physicians and other professionals to carry professional liability policies, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration.
This insurance covers loss and damage to leased or owned company property resulting from a variety of events, such as fire, wind or vandalism. An “all risks” business property policy covers loss and damage from a range of sources, while a “named peril” policy specifies the types of hazards it covers.
This type of policy protects your business against damage to an owned or leased vehicle that you or your employees use for business purposes. It also provides coverage if a third party claims bodily injury or property damage related to an auto accident.
Business Interruption Insurance
This policy guards against the effects that come from unexpected events and natural disasters that might otherwise cause your company to temporarily relocate or close. It helps businesses maintain cash flow while they replace equipment and repair physical damage to their facilities. It typically provides reimbursement for up to a year of lost revenue.
Business Owner’s Policy
Often referred to as BOP, a business owner’s policy rolls multiple types of insurance into a single policy, usually at a lower cost than buying each type of insurance individually. A business owner’s policy might include business property, business interruption and general liability coverage.
This type of insurance fills any gaps left by the insurance that your company carries. For example, if your general liability policy has a coverage limit, an umbrella policy will cover losses that exceed this amount. It can also provide protection in areas excluded by other policies. The premium for an umbrella policy may be lower if you purchase it from the same insurer who provides your other policies.
Did you know… Allstate Benefits protect four of the top 10 retailers in the US? Providing voluntary insurance coverage for over 3 million employees.
We can help you with an employee benefits package for 1 or 1,000. Let’s talk!