Checkup Time for Business Insurance
As your practice changes, it's important that your business insurance reflects those changes. If you haven't reviewed your insurance recently, now is a good time to start.
Maybe your practice has grown and you need additional coverage. Or maybe you've pared down and are carrying more coverage than you need. In either case, having the right insurance coverage makes good business sense.
For example, consider whether there have been changes affecting:
- Property exposures (inventory, real estate, equipment)
- Business income coverage (reflecting true revenue and risks)
- Employees (number of employees, salary and benefits)
To find out if you have the necessary insurance protection, contact NCMIC Insurance Services for a no-obligation insurance review.