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Commercial insurance carriers are companies that provide insurance to businesses and commercial operations rather than individuals. The principle of such insurance is fundamentally the same as private insurance, of course. As with private insurance, commercial insurance is a kind of risk management in which the company pays the company a fee to cover itself in the event of some unforeseen circumstance that could have a negative impact on the company's fortunes, the insurance being there to hopefully cover whatever loss the company incurs as a result of this unknown misfortune.
"Future proofing" is another way of describing it. It is essentially a kind of bet, with the company gambling that the amount of money it has to pay out to its commercial insurance carriers will ultimately be worth that loss should a more devastating loss - the aforementioned unforeseen circumstance - actually eventually occur, and the insurance company effectively betting the opposite, that such an incident either won't occur at all, or if it does, it will still come to less money that it is receiving from the company in order to provide that cover.
The contract with the insurance company to cover in the event of the significant loss is called, as with private insurance, the insurance policy. This policy is highly important, given that it provides all the details on the circumstances on which the insurance carrier will have to pay out to the company it is insuring - and the circumstances in which it won't. This is why it is essential for the company to peruse the policy at length, and be certain that it is happy with all the details. As with private insurance, the policy holder does not want wait until a crisis has taken place, only to then find that that particular crisis is not actually covered by the insurance policy upon which they may be depending.
Standard commercial insurance policies cover a variety of basic threats to the business which any company will want to ensure adequate protection from. These include coverage in the event of fire or burglary any other physical damage done to the property or properties from which the company conducts its business operations. Another important component of a commercial insurance policy is that known as "Business Interruption Insurance". This policy covers the company for any disaster that may arise as a result of an outside misfortune that could nonetheless have a negative impact on the company's own financial fortunes - for example, a fire at a factory that provides the company with the goods it requires to conduct its business, or the failure of a creditor to pay the company the debt which it owes. This category also usually provides insurance for such things as fidelity bonds and surety bonds in addition to the above concerns.
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