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Having the proper small business protection will include common coverage gaps like thes:
Protects you against lost income if your business closes due to a covered loss, like fire or storm damage. Flood damage (38%) and wind damage (36%) were also commonsources of losses, but only 16% of affected firms had specific flood insurance coverage, and only 21% had wind insurance.1
To help cover liability and legal expenses if your business's data is compromised. Checkout our basic tips (PDF) for protection to get started. According to a 2018 report by The Council of Economic Advisers, "malicious cyber activity cost the U.S. economy between $57 billion and $109 billion in 2016."2
For items like computer hardware damaged from power surges, failures and more. The Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety website states that "These events are estimated to cost American businesses more than $100 billion on average each year, due to disruption of daily operations, food spoilage, destruction of inventory, failure of alarm systems, and other cascading consequences."
To provide coverage for medical or legal expenses from employee workplace injuries. There were 2,811,500 work comp cases recorded in 2017, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.3
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Business insurance policies issued by COUNTRY Mutual Insurance Company®, Bloomington, IL.
1 Source: Small Business Credit Survey, Federal Reserve Banks
2 Data breach services provided by IDT911TM, a third party company not affiliated with COUNTRY Financial.
3 In Illinois, workers’ compensation insurance policies are written by COUNTRY Mutual Insurance Company®. CC Services, Inc., and our representatives are not licensed in all states. Policies may be purchased through CC Services, Inc., from a third-party insurer not affiliated with COUNTRY Financial®. For more information about CC Services, Inc., read the License and Name Information in our full Terms and Conditions.