With the ACT annual policy, you get coverage for General Liability as well as products/completed operations. The annual policy provides you with the necessary coverage to sell your products in person at your store, at a show, or market, as well as to anyone online.
Plus, with the annual policy you have the option to include professional liability insurance, which provides coverage if you teach, host training sessions, do art demonstrations, or hold anything similar virtually. You can also optionally add Tools, Supplies, & Inventory Coverage (Inland Marine) to your policy to protect the items you use to run your business and create your work.
The ACT annual policy provides each insured with their own certificate of insurance and dedicated liability limits. To put it simply, you will not share limits with other ACT insureds. Another benefit of the ACT annual policy is that there is no liability deductible.
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Inland Marine is a unique type of coverage for your business’s items such as inventory, equipment, and office contents. Many insurance companies offer BPP (business personal property) but the coverage is restricted to your own premise or within 1,000 feet of your premise. Inland Marine on the other hand covers your personal property anywhere it is within the coverage territory. This is a crucial distinction for many businesses. It is important to note that neither of these covers a building or real property.
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Unlike general liability, which covers claims for numerous losses, as long as it is not excluded, Inland Marine, like most property policies, is a “named peril” coverage. Named peril coverage only pays for claims caused by specific causes that are listed in the policy. Additionally, those perils must be the direct reason for the loss.
A direct cause of loss is the immediate action that caused loss or damage. An indirect cause of loss is a loss that occurs secondarily. To understand this better here are some examples of direct and indirect losses.
Direct Loss Examples:
We have gathered some helpful tips on keeping your business on track and avoiding loss in the event of severe weather.
You may see Inland Marine Coverage phrased a little differently on insurance policies. Some other common terms used are:
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3rd Party Property Damage