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Is Commercial Umbrella Insurance Right for Your Business?

Every commercial insurance policy comes with limits and exclusions. At CONRAD INSURANCE | CONRAD FINANCIAL, we work with business owners to help minimize risks, but some risks simply can’t be covered by general liability or other standard commercial insurance policies. When our risk-management experts work with commercial customers, we look closely at the limits on each policy. We also check for coverage gaps. Many times the best way to extend limits or close insurance gaps is with an affordable umbrella insurance policy.


Extended Limits for Business Property

Whether you own commercial real estate or keep high-value inventory in stock, a commercial umbrella policy may be the most convenient and affordable way to extend your business property coverage. Since umbrella policies pick up where your other policies end, umbrella insurance can help cover expensive losses. Businesses that may benefit most from this type of protection include jewelers and art dealers as well as commercial property investors.

Extended Liability Limits

Businesses of all sizes face the real risk of costly lawsuits. A jury award against your organization could easily exceed the limits of relevant liability policies, and without additional coverage, your business could be left to foot the bill. A commercial umbrella policy will pick up where liability coverage ends and help your business survive in our litigious society.

With the right insurance policies in place as well as help from CONRAD INSURANCE | CONRAD FINANCIAL’s SafeBET™ process, you can eliminate or minimize many of the greatest risks facing your company today. At CONRAD INSURANCE | CONRAD FINANCIAL, we have created a simple process designed to improve your organization’s bottom line. To learn more about commercial umbrella insurance and the SafeBET™ process, contact us today. Act now to get a jump on the competition. We know you’ll be delighted.


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