Using Commercial Insurance to Protect Your Business
Most small businesses have one or two key people who are crucial to the day-to-day operations. These key people frequently are the business owners or founders, and it is their job to manage the books, take care of major clients, hire and fire employees, and stay on top of the sales department. If a key person were to die or become incapacitated, the business would be in serious trouble.
Determine if Your Business Needs Key Person Insurance
Hello, my name is Dan and I own a range of large commercial businesses in various Australian cities. I have built my business over many years. However, when I was starting out in this sector, I really didn't have a clue what I was doing. I failed to take out the correct type of business insurance on the first building I constructed. When the building was damaged by a fire, I didn't get a full payment to cover the cost. After this incident, I contacted a professional commercial insurance company who have ensured that I have fully covered as my business has grown.
Most small businesses have one or two key people w …