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Protect Your Bar And Restaurant With Insurance


There are several threats to the financial security of the owners of restaurants and bars. The appropriate bar & restaurant insurance plans can protect your company, its assets, and its personnel in case of an accident or legal action. Below are examples of bar and restaurant insurance.


Beer and Wine Liability Insurance

A bar is a place with a selection of libations available for consumption. Liquor liability insurance protects companies selling, producing, distributing, or providing alcoholic drinks.


Suppose a customer becomes inebriated after purchasing alcohol from your business and subsequently causes injury or damage to another person or their property. In that case, your liquor liability insurance may pay for their medical bills, legal defense, and any settlements they may require payment.


Compensation Insurance for Employees

A chef slicing up some veggies and accidentally cutting their fingers is an injury on the job, workers' compensation insurance kicks in to pay their medical bills and missed income. Workers' compensation regulations are determined by each state's legislature and vary depending on the number of staff. This strategy prioritizes the safety of the business and its workers.


Coverage Against Spoilage

Without insurance, business owners would have to pay out of pocket to replace perishable goods if anything, like a freezer breaking down overnight, led to spoilage. However, the loss of inventory and income might be mitigated with the aid of spoiling insurance.


Insurance for Product Liability

Suppose a consumer becomes sick after consuming your goods. In that case, your product liability insurance will pay for medical expenses if a consumer eats meat that hasn't been properly prepared and becomes sick, for instance.


Assurance Against Breakdowns in Equipment

Your restaurant couldn't function without the kitchen and all the tools located inside. When essential kitchen appliances like the walk-in freezer, industrial oven, or fridge stops working, customer service is halted. The actual damage to material caused by power or mechanical failure is covered by equipment breakdown insurance.


Property Protection Insurance

For any personal or client property that is lost or destroyed while in your care, business property damage insurance may help. A kitchen fire, for instance, might result in some property damage.


Conclusion

A surprising number of lawsuits are filed against hospitality businesses, particularly bars and restaurants. You may take some precautions, but avoiding legal action is impossible. This is why it's important to have enough insurance.


At Second Western Insurance Services, we do our best to ensure that our clients are well-protected with affordable and comprehensive policies. We will go the extra mile to help you with your needs. To learn more about how we can help you, please contact our agency at (818) 952-5203 or Click Here to request a free quote. Topics and coverage discussed in this article are not guaranteed, consult with your agents to determine what your policy does and does not cover. We are more than happy to help!


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