Texas Bop

Written by Jessica Duquette
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Texas BOP, otherwise known as business owner's package includes both property and general liability insurance. Since most companies require both coverages, packaging these two options together is oftentimes more cost effective. When shopping around for an insurance agent or policy, be sure to price out these packaged deals.

Packaged Insurance Options

Texas BOP will insure your company against third-party liability claims such as bodily injury, property, personal and advertising liabilities. Instead of purchasing separate policies for all of these coverages you can save time and money by selecting a packaged plan. However, be sure to consider any exclusions that may be applicable.

In addition to the packaged coverages, your insurance agent may have additional options you can add into your package. Umbrella policies, professional and employment practice insurance are all imperative coverages for business owners. Just because you've invested in a general liability policy doesn't mean that your are covered for all risks.

Talk to an Agent About Texas BOP

Talk to your agent before deciding on a business owner's package. Explaining your business needs can help your agent determine which coverages are necessary and which may be a waste of your money. A reputable agent will try to get the best coverage for your business at the most affordable prices.


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