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Business Insurance Providers

The Davis Agency has been providing insurance for businesses for over 30 years. When you work with our insurance agency, you will work with a dedicated account executive who specializes in your type of business. We’ll ensure you get the best policy at a competitive price – and we’ll keep working with you to manage all servicing and claims issues.

Working with Our Business Insurance Agency

We feel it is critical for you to have one point of contact who fully understands your business and insurance history.

First, your dedicated account executive will help you understand the insurance risks associated with your business. Then, he or she will shop your risk to find the most appropriate policy at the most competitive price. Once the policy is written, your account executive will continue to work with you to handle all servicing and claims.

When Do You Need Commercial Insurance?

Business insurance is a smart choice for most business owners because it covers many liabilities for which you would otherwise be personally responsible:

  • Damage to or loss of business equipment, assets, and inventory
  • Customer injuries
  • Damage to customer or vendor property
  • Loss of important information or records
  • Professional liability or malpractice
  • Loss of income due to business interruption caused by a natural disaster or loss of utilities

If you have a larger business, then it’s even more important to get a policy that is right for you.

Insurance may seem unnecessary if you run a low-risk business, but without it you are putting your entire company at risk. A single incident or lawsuit could cost you all the hard work you put into building your business. Some of the commercial lines products we offer are:

  • Business Owners Package
  • Commercial Property
  • Commercial General Liability
  • Business Automobile
  • Workers Compensation
  • Flood
  • Commercial Excess Liability
  • Employment Practices Liability
  • Directors & Officers Liability
  • Errors & Omissions
  • Professional Liability
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