Pennsylvania

Insurance for Small Business Owners

Do You Need Small Business Insurance in Pennsylvania?

Pennsylvania has a lot to offer: peaks and happy valleys along the Appalachian mountains, the waters of Lake Erie, exciting city nightlife, and history contained in the City of Brotherly love. The state also hails as home for many small businesses specializing in everything from healthcare to real estate, and more!

  • 2.5 million small business are situated in Pennsylvania
  • 99.6% of businesses in the state are considered small businesses
  • Over 131K of small businesses in Pennsylvania are minority-owned businesses

Since small businesses employ 2.5 million people in Pennsylvania, the state mandates certain business insurance coverage to help owners protect these vital organizations. Find out more here about small business coverage for your Pennsylvania-based business from B2Z Insurance.

  1. Commercial Auto Insurance.

    All drivers in Pennsylvania—including commercial drivers—must have sufficient automobile insurance to cover property damage and injuries. Drivers must carry minimum benefit amounts for bodily injury liability ($15,000 per person/$30,000 per accident) and for property damage liability ($5,000 per accident).

  2. Workers’ Compensation Insurance.

    On-the-job employee accidents and illnesses can become costly—medical treatment, legal and court fees, and other costs incurred by the company. Workers’ Compensation typically covers related healthcare and legal costs, providing relief for employees and businesses. That’s why this coverage is required by the state for most businesses insurance—with few exceptions.

Recommended Business Insurance Coverage in Pennsylvania

The following insurance coverage is recommended for Pennsylvania small businesses:
  1. Small Business Owner’s Insurance.

    A Business Owner’s Policy (or BOP) bundles both property insurance and general liability into one convenient, comprehensive policy for small business owners. It typically covers losses and damages related to buildings used for business purposes. It also covers customer medical expenses for onsite third-party accidents and advertising damage claims

  2. General Liability Insurance.

    Although included in a BOP policy, some small business owners may seek this out as a separate minimum coverage. General Liability may be required in the commercial property contract for leasing space, as it helps ease the financial burden associated with customer injury and property damage claims, as well as slander and libel lawsuits.

  3. Professional Liability Insurance.

    Also referred to as “errors and omissions insurance," Professional Liability coverage focuses on work mistakes and errors, missed deadlines, incomplete work and professional negligence lawsuits. This coverage is ideal for Pennsylvania small businesses providing expertise as a service, as it can protect them from related damage claims.

  4. Cyber Liability Insurance.

    Even small businesses can experience a data breach or cyber attack. In Pennsylvania recommended Cyber Liability coverage can help businesses recover from such malicious hacking and cyberattacks by paying related customer notification and fraud monitoring costs, as well as associated legal fees.

Our Small Business Insurance Company Is Here to Help

B2Z understands that insurance can be confusing, so we set out to make it understandable and easy to purchase.
  1. Q
    Does B2Z offer small business coverage in Pennsylvania?
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    Yes. We currently offer Pennsylvania small business owners the following types of insurance policies:

  2. Q
    How do I get a quote for my small business insurance in Pennsylvania?
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    We know you're busy, so we've made this simple: Click on the Request a Quote button, tell us about your business, and get a coverage decision online and in minutes.