Starting a business has always been part of the American dream. Whether you want to reach for your piece of it as an entrepreneur or by taking over an established company, you'll need a commercial insurance policy that will meet your business needs.
With commercial vehicles, property, and assets to protect and liabilities and contingencies to insure against, there's a whole lot to know. Check out these commercial insurance Twitter accounts to boost your insurance IQ.
Commercial Insurance Feeds Worth Following
Business Insurance: A leading online source of information and news on employee management, business risk, and commercial insurance.
Phil Richard Insurance: An insurance team providing both personal and commercial lines. Dedicated to helping clients navigate the confusing world of insurance.
QBE North America: The U.S. branch of a global insurer with A+ and A ratings from Standard & Poor's and A.M. Best, respectively. A commercial specialty insurer, QBENA offers superior products and excellent customer service.
APCO Insurance: An insurance agency connecting consumers to both commercial and personal lines.
Lawley: Highly rated nationwide broker committed to helping you protect what you've built with hard work and dedication.
Interstate: A family-owned and operated MGA/binding authority that underwrites 1,000 plus types of commercial businesses.
Hiscox: Focuses on small businesses and their insurance needs. Tailors coverage to address the respective risks in each industry.
Crystal & Company: Leading insurance advisor focusing on business risk and employee benefits consulting.
AmTrust Financial: A.M. Best A-rated multinational property and casualty insurer providing specialized solutions to small and mid-sized companies.
Insureon: Insurance agency optimizing the process for small businesses to address their commercial risk needs.
Liberty Mutual: A well-known company customizing insurance to fit the needs of businesses, small and big, nationwide.
Antalek & Moore: With roots dating back to 1853, this insurance agency has a reputable history of finding personal and commercial insurance solutions to their clients' risk problems.
SSI Company: With a client base throughout the U.S., this family-owned agency has developed into one of the largest private, independent agencies in the Southeast since its inception in 1992.