INSURANCE

Retail Store Insurance

Let's Build the Right Retail Store Business Policy for You

As a retail shop owner, you need insurance coverage tailored to your line of work. That's just what you get from a State Farm® Retail Business Policy. You'll have the property and liability protection that you feel is right for you because an agent can help you customize your coverage.

We help protect a variety of small businesses under this policy type, such as auto parts, bridal shops, clothing stores, gift shops, shoe stores, toy stores, and sporting goods stores.

Talk to an agent or check out our Business Insurance Directory to learn more about the types of businesses we insure.

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There are many distinctive features available in the Retail Business Insurance Policy:

  • Property – To protect your business building(s), contents, and equipment from a covered accidental direct physical loss.
  • Liability – To protect yourself financially against costly claims and lawsuits covered under the policy.
  • Loss of Income – Covers the actual loss of business income caused by a suspension of operations because of covered accidental direct physical loss to the insured premises, including any extra expense incurred to the extent it minimizes the loss of income.
  • Computer Property – Provides broad coverage, with certain exclusions, for computer equipment used in your business operations, including computers, computer peripherals, computer cables, and software.
  • Equipment Breakdown – Provides coverage for damage to covered property caused by mechanical breakdown of covered equipment, and artificially generated current damaging covered equipment.
  • Employee Dishonesty – Protection against direct physical loss to business personal property including money and securities resulting from dishonest acts committed by employees.
  • Brands and Labels – Provides coverage for the cost to remove brands and labels and/or stamp salvage on merchandise that has been damaged by a covered cause of loss.
  • Utility Interruption Loss of Income – Coverage for loss of income caused by the necessary suspension of your business due to failure of communications, water, natural gas, or electrical service to the premises.
  • Signs – Coverage for accidental direct physical loss to signs attached to buildings (whether indoor or outdoor) and to outdoor signs not attached to buildings at the described premises owned by you or in your care, custody or control.

Customize Your Coverage

  • Data Compromise and Identity Restoration – Provides coverages that work together to help your business and you get back on track after a data breach occurs or if you, the business owner, becomes a victim of identity theft.
  • Hired Auto – Helps to protect for insured's legal liability arising out of the maintenance or use of a hired auto by the insured or insured's employees.
  • Ordinance or Law – Covers the loss of value and increased cost due to the enforcement of municipal laws or ordinances regulating the construction or repair of damaged buildings caused by an insured loss.

Let a local State Farm agent help you customize a plan for your business that can include a Business Policy, Commercial Auto, Workers' Compensation, business life, and retirement plans.

Disclosures

This is only a general description of coverages of the available types of insurance and is not a statement of contract. Coverage and/or services may not be available for all businesses and vary in some states. All coverages are subject to the terms, provisions, exclusions, limits and conditions in the policy itself and in any endorsements. Contact a State Farm agent for more information and a customized quote.

Identity Restoration and Data Compromise not yet available in: RI.

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