Insurance for Court Reporters

Accuracy In Coverage For Your Court Reporting Business

Hi, we're B2Z. We're built to be better for your court reporting business.

While you're writing on your steno machine, B2Z can give you the peace of mind of knowing your court reporter business is fully insured. Here's how B2Z is different.

Your Business. Your Insurance. Your Way.

  • Get a coverage decision in minutes— not days or weeks
  • Shop and purchase at your convenience—not ours
  • B2Z’s Coverage Tune-Up—understand your coverage needs from the start
  • Customizable coverage—fully protect your unique business
  • Flexible—choose your coverage date and payment schedule
  • Hassle-Free Cancelation—save time by having us cancel your old policy
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I got some runaround from other companies when trying to get coverage for the accounting business I run out of my home. I thought it would be straightforward but no. B2Z really took the ball and ran with it for me. The quote process on their site was fast and they got me all the coverage I need...

Sarah J., Small Business Owner

Why do you need court reporter insurance?

Theft of your stenotype machine, a customer slip and fall, or a customer lawsuit could put your court reporting business at risk. This is where B2Z can help! We offer coverage that provides the financial support to repair or replace your equipment, and may reduce your costs for liability and other property claims depending on the coverage you choose.

What court reporting insurance coverage do you need?

There are a variety of coverage options available for court reporters. We recommend these insurance options:

Business Owner's Policy (BOP)

A business owner’s policy (BOP) is a convenient combination of general liability and property damage coverage into one policy—it’s an affordable route for comprehensive insurance coverage for your court reporter business. It generally extends to cover property damage, loss from catastrophic events, and liability incidents like:

  1. Theft of your briefcase and equipment
    robbery
  2. A customer tripping on your bag
    customer-injury
Workers’ Compensation Insurance

Most states require any business that has employees to have workers’ comp insurance (WC), including court reporting businesses. It makes sense to have WC coverage when considering the high cost of on-the-job employee injuries and illnesses. WC covers medical bills, lost wages, and legal fees related to employee lawsuits filed. WC can help if:

  1. An employee falls in the courtroom
    employee-injury
  2. An employee develops a repetitive motion injury
    employee-injury

Hi, I'm your assistant Diya. Not sure what coverage your business needs? I can help.

Try B2Z's Coverage Tune-Up! Take our quick quiz and Diya will tell you the coverage that best fits your business.

We Know You Have Questions...You Know We Have the Answers

  1. Q
    How do I get insurance for a court reporter business?
    A

    B2Z Insurance is your one-stop-shop for insurance plans to fit your small business’s needs. Depending on the coverage you choose for your court reporting business, you can reduce the financial burden from theft, accidents, fire, etc. It’s easy to get started. Simply answer a few basic questions about your business, and, if we can cover you, choose the coverage that fits your unique business.

  2. Q
    How much does court reporter insurance cost?
    A

    Your rate will take into consideration the location, number of employees, etc. To begin your quote, click on the Request A Quote button, determine your coverage needs and answer a few questions about your business. You will receive a coverage decision in minutes, and can customize your rate to meet your coverage and budget needs.

  3. Q
    How do I cancel my old insurance policy?
    A

    Leave it to B2Z! We can cancel your old policy for you when you opt in to our included hassle-free cancelation service during your purchase.

Get your court reporter business insurance quote now! Click the button, answer a few questions, and customize your coverage in minutes.