Covers many of the common liability loss exposures faced by an organization including its operations, products, and premises
Covers property against crime perils, such as employee theft and robbery; covers money and securities
Covers loss from the accidental breakdown of equipment that operates under pressure or controls, transmits or uses electrical or mechanical power
Covers many classes of property, usually involving an element of transportation
Covers auto loss exposures for organizations other than auto dealers and motor carriers.
A BOP is a special type of package policy that combines and simplifies most of the property and liability coverages needed by a small or medium sized business, such as stores and offices. Other lines of coverage may or may not be included.
Workers' Compensation is insurance that employers buy to protect their employees, as required by state statute. It provides benefits for medical expenses and wage loss resulting from either occupation injury or disease sustained in the course of employment.