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Small business insurance in Nevada
Entrepreneurship is thriving in Nevada. Not only do 270,079 small businesses set up shop here, but 487,407 workers in the state (41.8% of employees in the private sector) make their living at a small company. And, get this: In 2016, small businesses added 19,397 jobs to the state’s workforce (and most of the jobs were at companies with fewer than 20 employees). So, if you’re an entrepreneur in the Silver State, know you’re an integral part of the state’s economic momentum—and you need the best small business insurance to keep your company protected.
The most common types of small business insurance in Nevada
Business interruption coverage helps your company stay afloat if it’s ever forced to close temporarily. It takes care of certain set costs—like loan payments and payroll—and it may also cover certain surprise costs (like moving to a temporary workplace).
How much do Nevadans pay for small business insurance?
First, let’s go over a few general numbers. For Huckleberry customers in Nevada, the median cost for a workers’ comp premium is $772 per year. Meanwhile, for a business owner’s policy—which includes business interruption insurance as well as other necessary coverages—the median cost is $600. And for general liability insurance, the median price for Nevadans is $665.
However, your premium probably won’t match these. In fact, you could pay more (or much, much less) for Nevada business insurance depending on your unique coverage needs. Details like where you’re located, what industry you’re in, and how many people work for you will all factor into your rate. In short: No two small businesses are alike, so each will pay different premiums.
Other coverages you can add to your Nevada policy
Safeguards your business if an employee sues you for discrimination, illegal termination, or harassment.
Takes care of legal costs if someone from your company hurts something (or someone) with a vehicle that your company doesn’t own (like an employee’s car or a rental truck).
If you make a mistake that causes harm to a client, professional liability insurance takes care of legal fees and a settlement.
If your business sells too much alcohol to an obviously intoxicated customer who then causes harm to something (or someone), liquor liability insurance takes care of medical bills, legal fees, and property damage.
Pays out if you ever have to discard perishable food if it goes bad for a covered reason
Pays for the repair or replacement of your mechanical and electrical equipment (if they break for a covered reason).
4 reasons why business owners in Nevada love Huckleberry
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- No sticker shock. (Because you’ll probably pay less for coverage.)
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