Business insurance solutions throughout Richmond, VA and all of Virginia.

In today’s ever-changing environment, risk is constant. Business insurance isn’t. We’ll thoroughly assess your business and situation to develop creative, comprehensive, cost-effective solutions that fit your needs.

We know that you cannot outrun your risk, but you can be ready for it. What if a hurricane causes you to lose power to your building and your operations cease, or if a fire severely damages your building? You shouldn’t have to pay for this yourself, and with the right protection, you won’t have to. Our insurance advisors can help you identify gaps in coverage, look for ways to save money, and keep your assets and income protected.

A Business Owners Policy (BOP) combines business property and business liability insurance into one convenient policy. We’ll work with you to design coverage that protects your business from a variety of risks, unique to you.

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Cyber liability insurance protects your business against the expenses associated with a data breach. We’ll help you evaluate the data liability risks your business faces and find you a policy that meets your specific needs.

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Every business has unique goals, just as it has industry-specific risks. Achieving those goals while minimizing the potential risks is what every risk management plan strives to achieve.

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Builders risk insurance is effectively a form of property insurance that covers the period while the property is still under construction. It’s possible for the property owners to take out such a policy, though more commonly it will be a policy they insist that the contractors take out.

Whether you have one vehicle or a whole fleet, we can help you implement custom coverage that will protect your business and personal assets from the additional exposure that commercial vehicles bring with them.

Business interruption insurance, sometimes called business income interruption insurance, is your solution for when your business is forced to shut down due to a covered loss.

You’ll want to consider commercial earthquake insurance, especially if your business is located near a geological fault line, where many earthquakes tend to occur. Standard commercial earthquake insurance usually covers damage to your building and your business property, such as damaged inventory or equipment.

You might not know this, but your commercial property insurance may exclude hurricane damage from your policy or it may contain a high deductible. In that case, you will need a separate policy to go with your standard commercial property insurance.

Commercial property insurance protects your assets in the event that they are stolen, damaged or destroyed in a fire or natural disaster. We’ll partner with you to design insurance coverage that will protect your company’s property.

Commercial umbrella insurance is designed to supplement existing insurance policies, giving you an additional layer of protection for your business. We’ll work with you to find the right umbrella solution to cover all your business needs.

Every company, regardless of size, is a potential target for white collar crime. We’ll work with you to design insurance coverage that helps you minimize risk and protects your business and your assets from theft, fraud and forgery.

Directors and officers liability insurance covers directors and officers for claims made against them while serving on a board of directors and/or as an officer. We’ll work with you to protect your organization’s greatest asset: your senior leadership.

As an employer, you face a rising tide of employment practices litigation alleging discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, and other employment-related issues. We’ll work with you to help you assess and manage your risk proactively.

Environmental concerns continue to be a leading societal and business risk issue, sometimes posing serious unexpected challenges. We’ll work with you to create a custom solution to help protect your business against environmental risks.

Fiduciary liability insurance protects individuals acting as ERISA fiduciaries against fiduciary-related claims of mismanagement of a company’s employee benefit plan. We’ll work with you to ensure that employee benefits are handled responsibly and your trustees are protected.

At least 25 percent of businesses that close after destructive events such as floods never reopen. We’ll design a policy that will protect your business, as well as its physical contents and assets, from the damage costs that come from floodwater.

No matter the size and nature of your business, there are always uncertainties. We’ll work with you to determine your business risks and we’ll put together an insurance package that makes sense for your business.

Inland marine insurance is coverage that protects your business property while it’s away from your business location. We’ll help you ensure that your property is protected not only at your location but also while it is off-site or in transit.

Key man life insurance can keep your business afloat in the event of the death of any employee who is an integral asset to the company’s survival. We’ll work with you to design coverage that helps assure the continuity of your business for employees, customers and creditors.

As a business that serves alcohol, liquor liability insurance is essential. This type of policy protects you and your business in the unfortunate event that a customer causes damage or injury after being served alcohol by your business.

A surety bond guarantees that an investment in a project is not lost—whether or not the work gets done. This type of insurance is especially common in the construction industry and is often utilized for government contracts.

Systems breakdown insurance covers the sudden and accidental, physical damage to equipment that requires its repair or replacement. We’ll design comprehensive coverage to protect your business against a financial disaster.

When your commercial building is empty—whether you’re between tenants, waiting for your first tenants, or in the process of renovating—your property is open to increased risk. It’s important to consider vacant building insurance to cover your building while it’s empty.

Workers’ compensation insurance covers employees injured on the job or in auto accidents while on business. It also covers work-related illnesses. We’ll work with you to find a solution that creates a safer and more productive workplace.

Each industry has its own set of unique risks and requires specialized insurance to protect what matters most. Our insurance advisors have in-depth knowledge and experience with a variety of industries, including those featured below.

Getting adequate coverage for your brewery can feel overwhelming, but brewery insurance may help take the stress out of the situation. The key is considering options that help cover your specific needs and the risks you face, all while combining elements of liquor liability, property, and business insurance into one simple policy.

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All businesses need insurance for their building, business property, and other equipment. Child care centers have additional insurance needs that relate directly to the care they provide and the young population that they serve. Whether you run your business from your home or a commercial building, consider coverage that’s specific to your needs.

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When insuring a house of worship, you need to think of it as a building, but also as a community center, an employer, and in some cases, a religious leader’s home. With church insurance, you may find coverage to help bring you peace of mind.

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As a contractor, you perform work that’s unique to your specialized industry. That also means your business is open to risks that may only be present in your line of work. Securing an insurance policy is one way to cover multiple risks without having to settle for a one-size-fits-all policy that could potentially waste money on coverage you don’t need.

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Condo building insurance can be complicated since there are many moving pieces. By understanding the many different risk factors and the coverage options specific to the landlord and the tenant, you can secure a policy to protect your property and investment.

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By understanding the intricacies of your industry, you don’t have to settle for a one-size-fits-all business policy. Instead, you should consider dance studio insurance to help cover your industry-specific needs.

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Whether you sell vehicles or equipment, are a franchise or independent, or specialize in used or new products, your dealership needs an insurance policy that fits its specific needs. It’s all too easy to overlook some of the risks for which you need protection.

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The work you perform has needs particular to the dental industry. In addition to the standard office equipment, your patient rooms contain highly specialized equipment. Items like X-ray machines, dental chairs, lights, sterilization equipment, and more are all quite costly to replace. It’s important to consider an insurance policy that covers the needs of your dental practice.

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Because of the unique type of industry you are in, your distillery could take on the attributes of many other businesses. From production and storage to transportation and customer service, the variety of angles you work in creates a need for industry-specific insurance.

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Garage repair shops face high financial risks simply because of the nature of the business. As useful as standard business insurance policies may be, they aren’t always adequate for the specific risks that a garage repair shop faces. A specialty insurance policy can protect your garage repair shop from potentially devastating financial losses.

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Every business has the potential to harm, damage, or injure another business or person. However, it’s not so simple for landscapers because the bulk of work performed is on your clients’ properties. That’s why landscaping services insurance is important to consider.

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If you make and distribute products, standard business insurance might not be enough. A dedicated manufacturer insurance policy may cover the specific risks you face, leaving you free to concentrate on your business.

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Just as your patients need to maintain insurance coverage, so should you. Your medical office comes with a unique set of risks and a medical office insurance policy offers protection from the unexpected.

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Multifamily properties can range from a small duplex to a large apartment complex, and you might own just one building or multiple. Regardless, you’re not just someone’s landlord, you’re a business. You need to protect your investment as the source of income it is. Standard homeowners or business insurance won’t do. You need specialized multifamily property insurance to cover all your bases.

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A municipality doesn’t operate like most other businesses. There are multiple properties to consider, including administrative offices, school buildings, and public works, and the risks differ based on the kind of work being done inside, who is visiting, and what types of furniture, machinery, and materials it might contain. It’s vital to keep all this in mind when selecting insurance for your municipality.

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Insuring a nightclub or bar is not the same as insuring any other business. These establishments require specialized coverage that takes into consideration the unique risks that nightclubs and bars face.

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No two non-profits are the same, and that’s why you need an insurance policy unique to your organization. Because even though your organization’s goal is to help people, you are still running a business. Consider a non-profit insurance policy that offers coverage for your organization’s unique needs.

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There are many different types of businesses in the pet industry. You might own a retail establishment, a non-profit that handles pet adoptions, a training business, a grooming shop, or something else. Whatever services your business offers for pets and their owners, one thing is for certain—you should consider pet business insurance that offers coverage for the unique needs of your operation.

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If you manage residential or commercial properties, you face a diverse set of risks and potential losses. From liability issues to damage protection, property manager insurance offers protection for your business and investment.

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As a restaurant owner, you know the amount of work it takes to run your business on a day-to-day basis. You might also know the statistics about how tough it is to survive and thrive in the restaurant business. But did you know that getting a restaurant insurance policy may help give you a fighting chance by mitigating some of the risks involved in the food industry?

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Technology firms face unique risks due to the nature of their work. Securing a technology firm insurance policy may help you combat and prevent the risks you face in the tech world.

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Does your company own commercial trucks? If so, you may want to consider trucking insurance, which offers coverage for risks specifically related to the trucking industry.

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As a veterinary office, you’re tasked with maintaining the health of your clients’ pets. This important responsibility creates a need for veterinary office insurance to offer coverage for your unique business.

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When you run warehouses and logistics, you’re faced with a lot of moving parts. From the inventory you store to your forklifts to your employees, a lot can go wrong in an instant, leaving your business to pick up the financial pieces. That’s why you need to invest in comprehensive warehousing and logistics insurance coverage to protect your business and make sure you’re covered.

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Protecting your winery at every level can be complicated because of the many risk exposures your business faces. Understanding the risks involved in the operation of wineries may make a difference in determining coverage options and avoiding gaps in your winery insurance policy.

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As an architect, the risks you face go beyond simply designing buildings—they may also crop up during and after a project is completed. While the risks vary from minor to major, it’s important to consider the protection of an insurance policy.

What you have on display at your gallery accounts for much of your business’s investment. For that reason, having insurance coverage for those works of art is paramount.

Your beauty salon likely sustains high foot traffic during your day-to-day operations, opening up your business to risks unique to your industry. Safeguard against those risks by considering insurance coverage that’s designed with your salon in mind.

The nature of the work you perform poses certain threats to your business as a whole. Through your use of industry-specific tools and materials and because the work happens on the properties of your clients, significant risks exist. That’s why it’s important to secure an insurance policy for your carpenter business.

Whether you’re involved in planning, site and ground preparation, formwork, placement, finishing, or all of the above, your insurance should reflect what you do. Because of the unique work you perform, consider protecting what you’ve built with concrete contractor insurance tailored to your business.

The world is becoming increasingly digital by the day, and that means more and more important data is being stored in servers, the cloud, and other locations, as well as more hackers out there trying to steal that information. As a cyber security contractor, it’s your job to help protect your clients’ data, but who will protect you? That’s where a comprehensive cyber security contractor insurance policy comes in.

No residence or commercial property would be complete without walls, making your line of work invaluable. This highly specialized trade requires significant training, but even highly qualified and experienced individuals face certain risks. For this reason, drywall contractor insurance is important to consider for this unique trade.

Electrical contractors and electricians work everywhere from residential homes to large, industrial buildings. While circumstances may change, certain risks remain. That’s why considering coverage that reflects your industry is essential in this line of work.

Whether your equipment rental business rents out heavy machinery, audio and video equipment, party supplies, tools, or construction equipment, there are a number of risk factors to consider. Securing coverage for your business and the items you rent out is essential to help safeguard what you’ve built.

It’s crucial that you have an insurance plan that helps protect your complex risk. Having insurance may help protect your day-to-day operations. It may also help with managing the financial and reputational risks your business faces.

Whether you focus on broad line distribution or are a specialty distributor of specific niche products like steak, vegetables, or fish, the nature of your business is to get your food from one destination to another. A food distributor insurance policy can help you get coverage while in transit, in storage, and beyond.

Food trucks are becoming more and more popular. There’s a physical and creative freedom in food trucks that’s not there in most restaurants, but with all this freedom comes some unique risks. That’s why it’s important to have tailored food truck insurance coverage to protect your business.

Fleet insurance is a convenient way for businesses to cover all of their company-owned cars and trucks with one policy. This makes it more efficient and cost-effective to manage all of your business vehicles. Whether your fleet consists of cars, trucks, vans, SUVs, or other types of automobiles, they may be covered under your policy.

Flooring contractors contribute functionality and aesthetics to every room they touch. You run a unique business, so you should protect it from the ground up. Consider flooring contractor insurance to help safeguard what you’ve built with industry-specific coverage.

Your funeral home might be a small, family-run business. On the other hand, it might be a larger organization. Either way, there’s no one-size-fits-all policy, and your business has special insurance needs that must be addressed. Helping families and loved ones cope with loss requires your full attention, and having a funeral home insurance policy can protect the business you’ve built.

With your store serving as a central hub for people to buy the essentials, there are many risks to consider protecting against and proactively preventing. These exposures should be considered when building your grocery store insurance policy.

While the homeowners, condo owners, and renters who are part of your homeowners association have their own insurance policies for their personal belongings and owned properties, homeowners associations (HOAs) are responsible for having insurance for properties owned by the HOA, as well as common areas. Because of the many risks HOAs face, it’s important to have a specialized homeowners association insurance policy in place.

Your home health care business can serve a number of vulnerable populations, including the elderly and the disabled. Regardless of who your patients are, your business is exposed to many risks while providing care to your clients. Because your staff is always on the move, in and out of patients’ homes, your business needs specific home health care business insurance.

Whether you’re turning up the heat or keeping the cool air flowing, your customers rely on you to make their home or work environment a comfortable place to be. Consider an insurance policy that is developed for the work you do.

Just like any other business, insurance agencies face risks that need to be adequately covered. Having insurance that reflects those risks may help protect your agency from the unexpected.

As an interior design professional, your clients trust you to create designs for homes or commercial spaces that are up to code and incorporate safety features. Accidents and mistakes happen, so it’s important to secure insurance coverage for the unique risks in your industry.

As an investment advisor, your clients count on you to handle investments and money on their behalf to increase their wealth. Of course, because you have control of their assets and large sums of money, there are risks involved and the level of responsibility is high.

As an IT contractor, whether you’re helping a business set up a computer network or developing software for a client, people and businesses alike rely on your knowledge of a complex field to help give them access to the digital world. By having an insurance policy in place, you can create a wall of protection for your business from the unexpected.

There are many specialties within the janitorial services industry. While some focus on commercial businesses and offices, others make cleaning homes their niche. Still, others may primarily provide cleaning services for upholstery or carpets. Whatever your company focuses on, you need insurance policies that work for you, not just some off-the-shelf package.

As a jeweler, you not only provide your customers with beautiful and high-value pieces made from precious metals, gemstones, and more, you also often appraise, buy, and repair them. This unique business type means you face unique risks that can be protected with jewelers insurance coverage.

Your role as a land surveyor involves determining the legal boundaries, mapping out the infrastructure, and identifying the slopes and topography of the land. There are many unexpected variables that could come into play, and securing an insurance policy for your business can help.

People are getting more litigious by the day, which puts your practice at greater risk. Whether you’re a small or mid-sized legal firm or a solo practitioner, it’s time to consider legal professional insurance coverage in place to safeguard your business and financial security.

Logging supplies the world’s timber and paper, and it helps with forest management, reducing wildfires, and restoring ecosystems. All of that comes with unique risks, which is why it’s important you consider having logging insurance coverage in place.

As a machine shop, the services you provide are critical for your customers. Their business relies on yours. Protecting your shop with machine shop insurance can mean the difference between surviving and thriving or shutting down in the face of the unexpected.

Laying brick and stone is a highly specialized skill. As a mason, you have to consider your equipment, vehicles, tools, and more, as well as your finances. Your coverage should reflect the unique nature of your business and the industry you specialize in.

Mechanical contractors can play various roles in the life of a building project, but each one is critical. Whether you’re part of the initial design, production, and installation, or you focus on maintenance and repair, the work is vital. It’s important to protect your business with an insurance policy that addresses your needs.

As media and web designers, you find creative ways to get things done and get messages across on the internet—but as creatives, you face some unique risks that require unique coverage. Media and web design insurance can help protect you from some of those risks.

Every mobile home park is different, as are the types of coverage options, which are comparable to the policies that landlords need. You are responsible for your property and for the people who live there, so it’s important to consider mobile home park insurance to safeguard your business and investment.

Your business relies on the inventory you have, so protecting it is vital. It’s essential to consider a motorcycle dealership insurance policy that provides coverage for the motorcycles you buy, sell, and repair, as well as your team and other industry risk factors.

As a professional moving company, your clients put their trust in you and their personal belongings in your care. And while the things you move from place to place might be different every time, the risks remain the same. That’s why you should consider a moving company insurance policy to help protect your business.

No matter the scale of your business, your nail salon is there to pamper your clients and help them look their best. Insurance that’s designed to meet the needs of your unique business based on the specific services you provide can help protect what you’ve worked hard to build.

Businesses of all types rely on office buildings for their day-to-day operations. As the owner of an office building, you have a responsibility for your building, as well as to the businesses that rent out office space on your property. Because of this, you should consider an office building insurance policy built to cover your property and the risks of being a landlord.

Deliveries have been pushed to be faster and faster. As a parcel delivery contractor, you deliver packages and documents to homes and businesses. And while you are out on the road, you should consider parcel delivery contractor insurance to help cover your needs.

In pest control, your job is to identify and get rid of a variety of pests—insects, rodents, and more. However, mistakes happen and the unexpected can strike at any time. Having a pest control insurance policy in place can help safeguard what you’ve worked hard to build.

Plumbing contractors work in any number of specialties and your insurance should focus on the work you do. Whether you’re working for residential or commercial customers, your needs may vary. It’s important to understand your risk factors and the coverage options available to you.

As a real estate developer, your business is exposed to risk at every step of the process. From buying the land to building on your property to selling the units, there’s always a moment when something could go wrong. With all of these unique risk factors, it’s important to have the right coverage in place to keep your developments on track.

If you invest in real estate, getting the right insurance coverage is a vital way to help protect that investment, although there are several risks to take into account. Understanding those risks can help you determine which insurance coverage options you need for continued success and protection from the unexpected.

As a retail business owner, you have a lot to think about. Your operation is exposed to many risks, and the unexpected can happen at any time. Customized retail business insurance coverage can help to take some of those worries off of your plate.

Your business is responsible for the personal belongings and prized possessions of your tenants. There are risks associated with everything from your units to the items stored on your property—that’s why you need the backing of a self-storage facility insurance policy.

As our population continues to age, there will continue to be increased demand for services and facilities for seniors. The elder care industry comes with its own unique risks, which can be addressed with senior care facility insurance.

You’re serving the most vulnerable populations and the work you do is important. Social services agencies need to consider insurance that offers protection that reflects your clientele and the unique risks your organization faces.

No matter what type of sports facility you manage or the size and scale of your operations, the risks to your business and the athletes you host are real. That’s why it’s important to consider sports facility insurance.

Staffing agencies are the bridge between temporary employees and companies, exposing your business to a variety of risks. By understanding the risks your agency faces, you can secure a staffing agency insurance policy to help protect your business.

Moving people and things from one place to another can get complicated. What you transport, where it goes, how it gets there, and other factors are just the tip of the iceberg. Consider specialized transportation insurance to take your industry and business-specific risks into consideration.

As a wholesaler or distributor, your business has heightened risks because of the amount of stock kept on-site. A wholesaler and distributor insurance policy helps protect you from the unique financial risks associated with this type of business.

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