“IT’S COVERED UNDER YOUR P&C POLICY.” THAT’S WHAT YOU WANT TO HEAR
Property and casualty (P&C) insurance is a broad term for broad coverage, financially protecting your company’s property from damage, loss and theft or your company’s assets should it play a role in causing damage to others. General by nature, P&C insurance should be tailored to your situation for a safe amount of coverage.
From mitigating costs during a natural disaster to protecting your assets and reputation in the case of legal action and a host of other challenges your company might face, property and casualty insurance is a wise and essential investment.
BUSINESS PROPERTY INSURANCE
Imagine a man-made or natural disaster striking your property. Of course, an immediate response is to assess damage and create a plan to get back to business as usual. Commercial property insurance should cover your efforts to do so. However, the bigger picture is how. Recovering lost revenue? Carrying out your business continuity plan? Supporting repair and recovery tasks? Helping your business come back strong? Yes, to all.
LEH Insurance’s P&C experts present real-world risk scenarios your company might experience based on catastrophe modeling and other predictive indicators. We can evaluate existing policies or develop new ones that are comprehensive and inclusive, tailored to your business, industry, location(s), and unique risks.
- Builder’s risk
- Engineering services
- Equipment breakdown
- Global property
- Inland marine
- Ocean cargo
- Stock throughput
Somebody could get hurt, and chances are it’ll happen. Casualty insurance for business protects your company from financial loss if/when it does, and it should not be a one-size-fits-all policy. Think a saw mill versus an accounting firm.
You can trust LEH Insurance agents to include the obvious risks, as well as those specific to your line of business. Once those are mapped out, we find the casualty coverage that best suits your needs at the most competitive rate possible. Whatever happens, you’ll have the peace of mind knowing it’s covered.
- Errors & omissions
- Excess/Umbrella liability
- General and product liability
- Medical malpractice liability/Healthcare professional liability
- Workers’ compensation/Employer’s liability