Insuring the Bottom Line: How to Protect Your Company from Liabilities, Catastrophes and Other Business Risks

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Silver Lake Publishing, 1996 - Business & Economics - 424 pages
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With recent changes in the way the insurance industry sells coverage, small businesses have been left alone to answer questions about what coverages to buy or avoid. This book helps owners and managers decide what kind of business insurance they need--and how to buy it cost-effectively.
 

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Contents

STANDARD PROPERTY COVERAGE
21
SPECIAL PROPERTY COVERAGES
91
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION
151
BOILER MACHINERY
173
BUSINESS AUTO COVERAGE
195
WORKERS COMPENSATION
267
CRIME THEFT AND EMPLOYEE DISHONESTY
319
INLAND MARINE COVERAGE
385
GENERAL LIABILITY COVERAGE
419
PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY
521
BUSINESSOWNERS POLICY
559
COMMON POLICY CONDITIONS
593
HOW TO BUY BUSINESS INSURANCE EFFECTIVELY
601
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