Businesses close their doors for many reasons, sometimes for a short time, often for good.
When faced with fire or storm damage or any insurable event that stops a business from trading, the owner is back in control if they know the likely claims outcome; what the policy covers; how much the policy will pay and when it will be paid.
A Business Interruption (BI) Policy tells the business owner up-front.
Insurance brokers take the time to understand the client’s business, its risks and exposures and then combine know-how, experience and market conditions to deliver a policy to suit the needs of the owner and his or her business.
This means no confusion and no uncertainty at claim time. The business owner knows up-front exactly how much the policy pays and when it will be paid.
If you’ve had a BI policy for a few years, it needs updating. If you don’t have one at all, you should consider the protection of a Business Interruption Policy. It’s the inexpensive way to protect your business income, the lifestyle of you and your family; and employment continuity for valued employees.