The work that electricians and electrical contractors do exposes them to a range of risks, and they typically need several insurance coverages to protect against those risks. If you perform electrical work in Massachusetts, getting electrician insurance that includes the following coverages is probably a good idea.
In the digital world that so many businesses operate in today, it’s necessary to insure more than just physical property. Businesses must protect their digital data, as well. Here’s a look at the protections that commercial property policies usually provide Massachusetts businesses with -- and why most businesses should consider getting cyber insurance.
Many Massachusetts businesses have thousands, and sometimes tens of thousands, of dollars invested in computers and mobile devices. Because computers are so valuable -- and the data on them is often even more valuable -- it’s important to make sure they’re properly insured. To best insure your business’ computers, your company will probably need a combination of cyber insurance, commercial property and inland marine insurance. Here’s a look at how these three coverages can work together to help protect your business’ computers and the data on them.
Commercial property insurance policies are complex documents that carefully detail precisely what protections they offer. While Massachusetts business owners should review all of a policy’s paperwork when purchasing a policy, there are a few particular items to pay special attention to. If you’re in the process of getting business property insurance for your business, make sure you carefully review these five items before purchasing a policy.
Some corporations spend hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of dollars on commercial property. After spending so much money on commercial property, many corporations are willing to do anything in their power to protect their investments. Unsurprisingly, commercial property insurance is an incredibly popular option among corporations in Springfield that cannot afford a commercial property loss. If you recently purchased insurance for your commercial property, here is some information that will help you understand your policy.