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Online commerce continues to grow at explosive rates, and there aren’t many businesses today that don’t have websites, online sales portals or other virtual footprints. In fact, more and more businesses are ditching brick-and-mortar locations in favor of online operations.
Well Insurance offers e-commerce insurance solutions for businesses nationwide. Our dedicated agents will work to gain a full understanding of your operations, and, with our help, you’ll be able to build a cohesive policy portfolio.
To get covered today, call us at 270-200-4264 or request your free quote now!
Why do E-commerce Businesses Need Commercial Insurance?
Taking your business online doesn’t mean you have any less of an obligation to be accountable to your clients, employees and other stakeholders. And while your business faces hazards that are unique to virtual operations, it is not immune to the risks that threaten brick-and-mortar operations.
All told, there are plenty of challenges—including cyberattacks, property damage and liability lawsuits—that might pop up in your e-commerce business at any time. Whenever an unexpected problem arises, you have to be equipped to handle it. However, few businesses have the financial resources to do so alone. At times like these, you can turn to your commercial insurance portfolio for help. The financial aid provided by your coverage can help you pay the recovery costs associated with these challenges.
Who Needs E-commerce Insurance?
Commercial e-commerce insurance packages can be designed to insure both small- and large-scale online operations. They might benefit online retailers, clearinghouses, consulting agencies, auction sites or any other business with an online presence. All policies are customizable to the needs of the business owner and can be tailored to address niche liabilities present in your operations.
What Coverage do E-commerce Businesses Need?
Essential coverage you need to carry for your business may include:
General liability insurance—This coverage will help you compensate third parties (e.g., customers) when they sustain property damage, bodily injuries or personal injuries that are your fault.
Product liability insurance—If you make a product that subsequently harms others—such as through an unforeseen defect—this coverage will compensate them.
Cyber liability insurance—If you collect sensitive data from customers or other parties, then there is a chance that this information could get lost, stolen or exposed publicly. The third parties could, in turn, sue the business. At this time, cyber liability insurance can help you pay legal costs, settlements, regulatory fees and related expenses.
Errors and omissions (E&O)insurance—If you offer professional services or advice through your online platform, mistakes on your part could cause harm to a client. This coverage can compensate that party if they sue you.
Employment practices liability insurance—Employees—prospective, current or former—might sue your company over allegations of discrimination, harassment, unlawful compensation or similar practices. This coverage can pay the related costs.
Commercial crime insurance—Internal acts of dishonesty, such as embezzlement by an employee, might cause setbacks for the company. This policy can cover your losses.
Directors and officers (D&O) insurance—Company leaders,such as C-level executives and board members, might be personally sued over allegations of wrongdoing. This coverage can protect their personal assets against loss.
Workers’ compensation insurance—Occupational injuries could force employees off the job. Workers’ compensation insurance can help them receive replacement income, medical benefits and other financial assistance.
Commercial property insurance—Though you might not own a physical office space, you might still own stock, equipment and machinery. These items can be insured against numerous potential losses (e.g., fires, weather damage, theft or vandalism).
Inland marine insurance—E-commerce businesses frequently store materials and other property remotely. Inland marine insurance can insure these items both at the remote location and while they are being transported.
Because the size and scope of your operations might vary, you will need to adapt the policies of your choice to fit your operations. You can work with your Well Insurance agent to determine the types and amounts of coverage that are best for you and your operations.
We Can Help You Get Optimized Costs for Your Coverage
Our job is to get every client optimized e-commerce insurance, and that includes helping you get the best value for your coverage. We understand that your policy premiums will be costs that you have to fit into your budget. We will work with you to ensure that you always qualify for the highest degree of savings on your policies, while still getting top-tier coverage.
Just call Well Insurance today at 270-200-4264, and you’ll be on your way to savings in no time.
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