An Insurance Program That Fits
We’re a preferred carrier that can help you safeguard your business with an insurance program tailored to your needs. Your Farmers policy package includes the key coverages your business needs, and gives you the ability to customize your package with extra coverages and higher limits.
We offer all the standard coverages, plus many options for the vehicles you use in your business (whether you own, lease or rent), including:
- Bodily injury and property damage liability
- Collision damage
- Comprehensive car damage or specified causes of loss
- Uninsured/underinsured motorist
- Many additional coverage options
Great Discounts, Too
Farmers’ fleet and package discounts can save you money. Good driving records and loss history can save you even more.
No one expects to encounter a loss that exceeds the limits of his or her policy, but unfortunately, liability lawsuits (resulting in large jury awards) can and do happen. As the name implies, Farmers’ Commercial Umbrella goes “over the top” of your existing Farmers Business Liability coverage, offering $1 million or more added financial security.
Business Life, Retirement and Financial Services*
Have you thought about preparing for your retirement, or how you will attract and retain good employees? Or what would happen to your business in the event of the death of an owner, partner or key person? Farmers can help.
Solutions include these coverages:
- Employee and executive incentive
- Business continuation and key person
- Individual and group life
Farmers also works with a number of well-known names in the financial services industry to provide you with solutions that fit your individual situation. Farmers insurance and financial services agents* can help you with everything and can also offer you additional solutions, such as:
- Individual and group retirement plans
- 401(K) plan
- Employer-sponsored college education plans
- Mutual funds
- Variable Life insurance
Note: This is a general description of the coverages and is not a policy contract. The endorsements themselves should be read for the actual coverage and exclusions