What Type of Coverage Does a Business Owners Policy Provide?

A Business Owners Policy (BOP) is an all-in-one insurance package that provides comprehensive coverage for small and medium-sized businesses. It combines several types of insurance, such as commercial property insurance, general liability, and business income, into one convenient policy. Nationwide is a leading small business insurer that serves more than half a million businesses across the country. The BOP for travelers includes specialized coverages that can be tailored to the unique risks your company faces.

If you're not sure what coverage is right for your business or haven't considered taking out a BOP, find out how a Nationwide BOP insurance policy can protect your business. A BOP is an ideal option for small and medium-sized businesses with commercial properties, such as restaurants, retail stores and offices. Business personal property coverage protects movable property owned and used by your company, such as furniture, machinery, inventory, and electronic products. The general liability portion of a BOP safeguards your business from claims filed against you or your company. This coverage also provides protection from liability risks related to professional services, advice or recommendations provided by your company. At Nationwide, we understand the importance of protecting your business from potential risks.

That's why we offer comprehensive Business Owners Policies that are tailored to meet the needs of small and medium-sized businesses. Our experienced agents can help you find the right coverage for your business so you can focus on running it.

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