As an innkeeper, you likely have a wide variety of insurance needs. Browse this page to see the nuanced insurance products we can provide. If you don't see a specific product listed that you're looking for, reach out to us to see if we can help.
A buy-sell contract is an agreement between each principal that spells out that in the event of a principal's death they will sell their interest back to the other principal’ (s) for a predetermined amount. A buy-sell agreement is commonly funded by a life insurance policy.
Key Man Insurance is a life insurance policy owned by the business of an employee. In the event of the employees' death, the life insurance proceeds would provide the funds necessary to find a qualified replacement.
Loss of Income is a type of insurance that provides income in the event a business losses income due to a loss by a covered peril (i.e. fire). Most loss of income coverage lasts for 12 months after the loss.
Loss of use coverages helps pays expenses for your family to live elsewhere while the inn is being repaired in the case of an insured loss. Typically, this type of coverage is not included in a commercial policy.