Commercial Business Insurance
If you’re not properly insured with the right insurance policy, an unexpected event could put your small business right out of business. From fire or flood to wrongful termination or perceived negligence, our agents review all the potential risks to ensure that you’ve got the right coverage to protect your business. If you do business in the greater Rochester area, contact us to get a free consultation on the types of insurance we provide.
Commercial General Liability insurance (CGL) provides financial protection against claims of bodily injury or property damage for which your business could be held responsible.
Workers compensation insurance covers employees’ medical bills and lost wages in case of operational injury or workplace illness. And it’s required in NYS.
All New York businesses must provide disability benefits coverage and paid family leave. Here’s what you need to know about NYS DBL.
Commercial liability and property insurance provides coverage to physical property, equipment and supplies—and is essential in protecting your assets. No other insurance agency can come close to the level of service and protection that the Feltner Group can offer you when it comes to commercial liability.
Whether your employees drive company-owned vehicles or use their own personal cars for business, you’ll need a commercial auto insurance policy.
If your business transports equipment or products, whether for use in your own business or for others, an inland marine policy will protect it from loss. Get Marine & Maritime insurance quotes today.
Get extra liability coverage that sits on top of your primary commercial insurances—for extra peace of mind. Umbrella insurance is ideal if you're a business owner or property owner.
If your business uses mechanical, electrical, or pressurized equipment, you’ll need more than simple property insurance to operate. Learn more about M&E insurance….
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