If you run a business, you’re not legally required to carry any form of commercial insurance.
That doesn’t mean you can skip it. It only means that it’s not the law telling you that your Spartanburg, SC business needs to carry insurance.
The law mandates liability coverage for drivers because we put everyone else’s safety in our own hands when we go out on the road. When you’re running a business, there are risks, but those risks are rarely as dramatic as the risks that we take on the road. So, legally, businesses are generally allowed to buy, or not buy, insurance at their own discretion.
That said, you may find yourself in any number of situations where insurance is a requisite. If you work as a general contractor, for example, and you’re competing against another contractor for a job, nine times out of ten, the client is going to go with the fully licensed, bonded, and insured contractor. If you’re partnering up with another company in your industry, they may insist that you get fully covered before going forward so that they don’t have to share in your own unprotected liability.
Legally, the only insurance your business is required to carry is going to be on any commercial autos your company operates. But necessity doesn’t begin and end at the letter of the law. Just because you won’t face fines or jail time for going without insurance doesn’t mean you won’t pay for it in the long run.
If you’re looking to get your Spartanburg, SC company insured, get in touch with Allsurance Group. Allsurance Group can get you the coverage that you need to run a safe, successful business.