At Allied Insurance Group, we strive to help you make the most of your business by providing you with customized insurance packages to best suit your needs. Our experienced team can provide you with extensive services, from commercial auto and bond assistance to insurance for your everyday operations. We're here to make sure your business is safe and prosperous.
Why do you need business insurance?
Business insurance provides an essential layer of protection for your company and its employees. It can help protect your business from the financial impact of unexpected events and disasters, helping you stay in business and continue to serve your customers. It also provides support for any legal claims against your business and can help cover the costs of lost wages for injured employees. With the right business insurance coverage in place, you can rest easy knowing your business is protected.
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More Ways We Can Help Your Business Succeed
We know that running a business means juggling a lot of things at once and we are here to help.
Workers Compensation can help protect both employers and employees in the event of an on-the-job injury or illness. It provides medical care, lost wages, and other benefits to the injured employee while protecting the employer from potential civil litigation and providing support to help employees recover and return to work.
Workers Compensation can also assist businesses by:
Recommending best practices to mitigate risk at the workplace
Help in identifying current possible workplace hazards
Resolve claims quickly
We, at Allied, understand that business is about people and we want to help you keep your employees safe and protected.
Our insurance services make surety bonds easy and accessible. We help contractors and businesses of all sizes access the surety bonds they need to thrive. We’ll work with you across a range of industry sectors and global markets on projects of all sizes, providing the surety bonds necessary to guarantee performance. Our experienced team of bond experts are here to ensure your project is completed on time and to the highest standard.
A contract bond refers to a legally binding agreement between three parties: the principal, the obligee, and the surety. It provides financial protection to the obligee by ensuring that the principal fulfills their contractual obligations. In the event of the principal's default, the surety steps in and compensates the obligee up to the bond's specified amount. Essentially, a contract bond acts as a guarantee that contractual obligations will be met, giving peace of mind to the obligee and ensuring the completion of the agreed-upon project or service.
Bid bonds are a type of contract bond used during the bidding process in construction projects. They provide financial protection to project owners by guaranteeing that if a contractor is awarded the contract, they will enter into a formal agreement and provide the necessary performance and payment bonds.
Court bonds are a type of surety bond that are required by courts to ensure the fulfillment of certain legal obligations. These bonds provide financial protection and guarantee the performance of duties by individuals involved in legal proceedings.
Notary & Lost Title Bonds
Notary bonds provide financial protection to the public in the event that a notary public acts negligently or improperly. These bonds serve as a guarantee that the notary will fulfill their duties ethically and in accordance with the law.
Lost title bonds are obtained to replace a lost or missing vehicle title. These bonds serve as a financial guarantee to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or relevant authorities that the bondholder is the rightful owner of the vehicle, providing a means to compensate any legitimate claimants if the original title resurfaces.
To learn even more about the benefits of acquiring bonds, watch this video from our carrier, Travelers.
Ways to Save
Being "Claims-free" can save your business money on your policy.
Bundling your commercial accounts can reduce the amount you pay on your policy.
Complete your annual workers compensation audit which will save you money and time.