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Business insurance is essential in order to operate effectively. There are a variety of different types of business insurance that each business owner should have in order to be able to reasonably anticipate that operations will not be adversely impacted if something should go wrong. These are property insurance, liability insurance and Workers Compensation.

There are a variety of reasons that business owners should protect themselves by having all three types of business insurance. The importance cannot be understated. While it is essential in order to ensure financial well-being in any case, it is even more important if the business owner is leasing or renting a building. This is because operating a business from property that is not owned by the business owner often opens up the potential for added liability and therefore increases the financial risk on the part of the business owner.

Property insurance is an essential portion of business insurance in order to protect not only the physical property, but also the contents that exist within that property. Without adequate property insurance business owners run the risk of losing everything they have worked for. This could be for a variety of reasons, ranging from property loss due to storm damage to a building fire. Either way, experiencing damage to property and contents due to any type of loss is unacceptable. In many cases property damage causes a business owner to experience extreme financial hardship and may result in the business closing its doors forever. Such outcomes can be avoided simply by having adequate amounts of property insurance.

Liability insurance is also a major component of properly ensuring a business. It is essential because liability insurance covers damages to third parties, such as vendors or consumers. Basically, liability insurance covers the business owner any time that an individual enters the premises and suffers an injury. Otherwise, profits can be adversely affected.