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Restaurant Insurance Information

The Property Insurance on your Restaurant Insurance Policy can insure that the buildings that you own and/or business property and inventory against physical loss or damage.

You need to insure the contents of your restaurant if you don't own the building. In most Restaurant Insurance Policies, property insurance for business contents covers furniture, fixtures, inventory, office equipment and other supplies stored at your facility or off-premises.

Replacement cost policies have higher premiums, however they can help your business recover from a loss faster, since you can replace all of the lost or damaged property with new items. If you lease some of the equipment at your business, the leasing company may require that you insure the property at replacement value.

Restaurant Insurance - Loss of Use or Business Income

The Loss of Use or Business Income coverage on your Restaurant Insurance Policy will protect your revenue stream in the event of a loss or damage to your establishment.  If your Restaurant suffers from a fire, water damage, collapse or any other insurable loss and you are forced to close your doors, you may be left without a revenue stream or income source.  Business Income coverage can provide coverage for your lost revenue while your establishment is being repaired or even rebuilt.  If you own the building and have tenants, it will cover the loss of rent you are not collecting during rehabilitation.

Restaurant Insurance - Liability Insurance Coverage

The Liability Insurance aspect of your Restaurant Insurance Policy is designed to insure the business against losses even if they are negligent or liable for damage, injury or loss to another's property, reputation, or health. Typically, damages, legal defense fees and settlement charges are paid by the insuring company when a claim is filed against the business.

Bodily Injury Liability
Liability coverage may pay the affected person or firm for the cost of care, the loss of services and restitution for death that results from an injury.

Property Damage Liability
In the event your business causes damage to, or causes the loss of use of someone else's property, property damage coverage may pay for the value of the physical damage to the property; or the loss of use of that property.

Products and Completed Operations:

Policy may provide coverage for your company's completed products or services. If an injury occurs due to the use of your products or services provided, the policy would pay for the resulting damages and any legal expenses up to the policy limits.

General Liability:

GL coverage extends to any liability you may assume by entering into a variety of different types of contracts such as a building lease.

Restaurant Insurance Liquor Liability

The policy may protect you in case someone claims you are legally liable for a liquor-related accident.

Hired Auto & Non-Owned Auto 
If the vehicles are not owned by the company this coverage will meet the contract requirement for Commercial Auto coverage. 

Hired Auto coverage replaces the liability coverage offered by auto rental agencies for example
Non-Owned Auto coverage protects your company in the event that your company is sued as a result of an auto accident that you or one of your employees has in a personal vehicle while on company business. 

Medical Payments

If someone is injured by you or at your business site, the policy may pay for medical and funeral expenses incurred, up to policy limits, within a year of the accident . i.e trip and fall on your premises

Personal Injury

  • Publishing inaccurate information that slanders or libels a person or organization;

  • Publishing material that violates a person's right of privacy; Falsely arresting, detaining or imprisoning someone; Maliciously prosecuting someone; Wrongfully evicting someone.


This policy will provide valuable liability protection against advertising injuries resulting from:

  • Publishing inaccurate information that slanders or libels a person or organization;

  • Publishing material that violates a person's right of privacy;

  • Copying some other company's advertising ideas or style of doing business;

  • Infringing on another company's copyright, title or slogan.

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