Hope for The Best, Plan for The Worst

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by | May 14, 2021 | Startup Guide

Liability is not something most people want to think about when they are starting a new business, but it is important that while you hope for the best, you also need to plan for the worst. Insurance can protect your business from unforeseen problems like if an employee or customer is hurt in your store or other unfortunate events.

Finding a good insurance representative can make a big difference in your search for the right insurance for your business. They can help educate you on the various types of insurance and help you select the policies that are the best for you.

Main Types of Insurance:

  • General Liability
  • Officers & Directors
  • Commercial Vehicle
  • Home-Based Business
  • Riders for USA Import/Export

Insurance Experts in Cornwall & Area:

McDougall Insurance Cornwall

Eastern Ontario’s Largest Insurance Brokerage, McDougall is an Insurance and Financial organization driven by a high level of customer service. Their site is an excellent resource for Insurance information for businesses.

Rozon Insurance Brokers Cornwall

A locally grown company, Rozon Insurance has many options for your business Insurance needs for a variety of industries.

Contingency Planning Resources:

How to Make a Contingency Plan

An article by Kris Hughes from ProjectManager.Com which explains Contingency Plans in detail and how to develop your own Contingency Plan so that you are prepared before disaster strikes.

Develop your contingency plan: Who is your next-in-command? | Guide and template

MARSDD.Com has developed a guide and a usable template with which you can create your own Contingency Plan for critical roles, ensuring a smooth transition that will not disrupt business.

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