Glass: damage to shop fronts and sign writing at your premises could be costly to repair. Accidental damage to the glass would be covered;
Fidelity guarantee: this is where the business insures itself against losses as a result of employee fraud;
Accounts receivable: a business can insure possible losses if, for example, the business is destroyed in a fire, no records of accounts have remained and the business is unable to establish the amount due to them;
Goods in transit: many businesses transport and deliver goods produced or sold. Make sure that you are covered in the eventuality of accidents or hijackings that could damage or destroy the goods being transported.
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