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Insurance For Glass Shops

Owning a glass shop business allows you to have a retail establishment while focusing on specific niche products. As a retailer, you have many details to keep track of; you must also manage your employees while keeping your customer base satisfied with your service and products. Protect the hard work and money you have already invested into your shop with the right kinds of commercial business insurance coverage.

General Liability

Insurance As Low As
$37 A Month
General Liability
Property Coverage
Auto Insurance
Workers Compensation

General liability is the type of insurance you need for basic business protection. It’s designed to help you through hard times and provide coverage for unexpected losses. This business insurance policy can protect you from liability and financial damages in case of customer injures while on your glass shop premises. It also protects you from liability due to defective products and litigation that might arise from mistakes in your company advertisements.

Business Owners Policy (bop)

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A business owners policy or BOP can be custom tailored to provide just the necessary coverage your glass shop needs. The broad coverage of general liability insurance is also included in a business owners policy.

Business Auto

Whether you drive a company vehicle, personal car or rental vehicle for business purposes, there is always the risk of auto accidents. A commercial auto insurance policy can pay for vehicle damages and losses as well as medical expenses for anyone injured in the accident.


When you hire one or more employees in your glass shop business, the law requires you to carry workers comp insurance on all individuals. Workers comp is designed to pay an employee’s medical and recovery expenses if they ever get hurt while performing their job duties.

Surety Bond

Surety bonds provide financial guarantees to your customers and the state you conduct business in. Surety bonds are sometimes required by the State Board of Equalization on retail operations that are exposed to charging and filling taxes. The state wants a guarantee that all sales taxes will be properly filed and reported, therefore, a surety bond is required to provide the financial guarantee. On the other hand, if your glass shop provides products and services to other industries or government offices, you may also be required to become bonded before they will sign any business agreements.

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General Liability (CGL) Workers Compensation Professional Liability Business Owners Policy Commercial Auto Insurance Employment Practices Liability Directors & Officers (D&O) Excess Liability Surety Bonds

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