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Business Insurance

You want insurance that protects your company, so you can get back to business.

Premier Choice Insurance understands businesses in the community. You can find our offices in Gilbert and Peoria, and our clients all around Arizona. As an independent insurance agency in Gilbert, we take pride in reviewing your options with multiple insurance companies and their business insurance options and comparing protection and prices to find the best value for your business.

We’re proud members of the Gilbert marketplace, and we’re committed to being an advocate for you and your business in times of need. Let’s get your business up and running, while being protected at the same time.

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Premier Choice Insurance knows that in Arizona, there are as many unique insurance needs as we have neighbors who live here! Contact one of our helpful team members about your specific business insurance needs. We are always ready to serve and provide solutions for your financial well-being.

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Commercial & Business Insurance Product

Understand some of the commercial and business insurance policies. We can discuss more thoroughly about these if you want.  We’ll also discuss the future of business insurance and the risks of business insurance that you should understand. Furthermore, we’ll help you pick the best policy, with the best business insurance coverage and investment for you and your business.

 

  • General Liability Insurance – Broad insurance coverage for your business and activities
  • Commercial Property Insurance – Protect your business with insurance for your commercial property
  • Business Auto Insurance – Cover your business with insurance for commercial vehicles
  • Commercial Umbrella Insurance – Insurance coverage that helps protect your business from the rising costs of lawsuits
  • Workers Compensation Insurance – Insurance coverage that helps you take care of your employees
  • Bonds – Protect your assets with financial backups for promises made by others
  • Taxi, Limo & Livery Insurance – We have a solid understanding of legal requirements for livery and taxi companies.

Want to find out more about your Business Insurance options? Contact Us for more information.

Business insurance refers to various types of coverage designed to protect businesses, their owners, and their employees from unexpected financial losses. Depending on the policy, it can cover liability issues, property damage, employee-related risks, and more.



Business insurance is crucial for safeguarding against unforeseen financial strain due to lawsuits, natural disasters, theft, accidents, and other liabilities. It ensures business continuity and economic stability by covering costs that could otherwise cripple a business.

The types of business insurance you need depend on various factors, including your industry, business size, number of employees, and the specific risks associated with your business operations. Common types include general liability, professional liability, commercial property, and workers’ compensation insurance.

Business insurance costs vary widely based on the coverage amount, type of business, industry risks, location, and number of employees. It’s best to get quotes from multiple insurers to understand the cost of your specific needs.

Yes, business insurance premiums are generally tax-deductible as a business expense. This includes most types of insurance intended to protect and benefit your business operations.

Choosing the right policy involves assessing your business’s risks and consulting with insurance professionals to understand coverage options. Comparing quotes and terms from multiple insurers can also help you find the best fit for your needs.

Yes, many insurers offer bundled packages, commonly referred to as a Business Owner’s Policy (BOP), which can include general liability, property insurance, and business interruption insurance at a reduced rate compared to purchasing them separately.

Business insurance policies typically exclude intentional illegal acts, certain natural disasters (depending on the region), and specific liabilities under separate policies (e.g., professional liability not covered under a general liability policy).

In the event of a claim, you should immediately contact your insurance provider to report the incident. You’ll likely be assigned a claims adjuster who will evaluate the claim, which may involve inspecting any damage, reviewing documentation, and assessing losses. You’ll need to provide necessary documents, such as police reports, receipts, and records of expenses related to the claim. The adjuster will determine the claim’s validity and calculate the compensation based on your policy’s terms. Following this assessment, the insurer will offer a settlement to cover the losses, subject to the terms of your policy. Understanding your policy’s coverage details and limitations ensures a smooth claims process.

It’s advisable to review your business insurance coverage annually or whenever significant changes occur within your business, such as expansion, acquiring new assets, or entering new markets. Regular reviews ensure your coverage aligns with your business needs and risks, preventing potential underinsurance or overinsurance.

You can modify your business insurance policy if your coverage needs to change. This might involve increasing your coverage limits, adding new types of coverage, or removing unnecessary coverages. Contact your insurance provider to discuss your changing needs and adjust your policy accordingly.

As your business grows or changes, your insurance needs will likely evolve. You may need to increase coverage limits, add new policies, or adjust your existing coverage to protect against new risks. Regularly communicating with your insurance provider about changes in your business operations is essential to maintain adequate coverage.

Home-based businesses should also have insurance coverage, as homeowner’s policies typically do not cover business-related losses. Depending on the nature and scale of your business operations, you might need a home-based business policy or a rider to your existing homeowner’s insurance.

Factors that can affect your insurance premiums include your business’s industry and associated risks, location, number of employees, previous claims history, and the types and amounts of coverage you select. High-risk industries and larger operations typically face higher insurance costs.

To lower your insurance costs, consider bundling policies, managing risks effectively to prevent claims, maintaining a safe workplace, and choosing a higher deductible where feasible. Regularly comparing quotes from different insurers can also help you find the best rates for your coverage needs.