When a business provides professional services, like financial advising, attorney services or business planning, having the right type of professional office insurance in place helps cover the costs associated with being sued by a client.
Some clients require proof of professional office insurance before they’ll sign a contract. Having it in place not only protects the office and overall business, it also establishes the owner as a responsible professional.
When customizing a professional office insurance package, the business owner should choose the types of property damage insurance, general liability insurance and business income insurance that best fit their budget and office size.
To find out more about how professional office insurance helps keep small businesses that provide professional services on the right track, please contact us today.