Having adequate commercial insurance can protect you from all sorts of dangers that result in financial chaos and potentially close the company. One of the things that commercial insurance covers is company inventory. If your inventory increases during the policy effective period, do you need to increase coverage?
Increasing Your Coverage
All businesses usually experience fluctuations in the inventory of the business from time to time. If that inventory substantially increases for the long term, you may want to consider consulting your insurance professional to help you revise your coverage or purchase additional insurance coverage to make sure there is no gaps and potential for losses. You can even purchase umbrella insurance if the increase in inventory is beyond the ability of your insurance to cover until you can find other insurance that is able to cover you adequately.
You always want to make sure you are working with a knowledgeable insurance agent so you can have an expert with you to help you discover the right products for your current needs. If you have a business in or around the Newark NJ area, you should consult with E.S.T.I.R. Inc. for options and information that can help protect you at all times from the possibility of loss from a multitude of dangers and events.
If you experienced and inventory increase, consult with E.S.T.I.R. Inc. before making any decisions so you can have a professional agent review you needs and recommend appropriate action. They proudly serve the businesses and residents of the Newark, NJ area and look forward to speaking with you. Call or stop by the office for more details.