Inland Marine

Small Business Insurance for Your Tennessee Business

Commercial property insurance is important, but in some circumstances, it can fall short. In these situations, you will need inland marine insurance to pick up where your commercial property coverage leaves off.

Why Is It Called Inland Marine Insurance?

Many years ago, ships were the main mode of transportation for valuable goods. When cars became commonplace and highways were built, goods were shipped by land more often than by sea. Thus, the term “inland marine” was coined. Essentially, it protects your valuables against theft, vandalism, or damage while in transit.

Inland marine insurance is ideal for protecting:

  • Antiques
  • Paintings
  • Statues
  • Fine art
  • Jewelry
  • Sales or trade show displays that are commonly shipped
  • Equipment and tools

Additionally, inland marine insurance can provide coverage that is specific to certain industries. For example, if you are in the construction industry, you know how valuable your equipment and tools are. Inland marine insurance provides coverage for those valuable assets while you’re moving from one job site to another. If you are in the technology industry, inland marine insurance protects shipments of telephones, computers, fax machines, and copiers. It is designed to fill in any coverage gaps that may exist in your other policies.

Floater Policies

Inland marine insurance comes in the form of “floater policies.” Floater policies include:

  • Motor truck cargo insurance: Safeguards your clients’ goods while they’re being delivered or moved
  • Transit insurance: Provides protection for your own goods while they’re being delivered or moved
  • Exhibition and fine arts insurance: Protects art and sculptures while on display or in transit
  • Bailee’s customers insurance: Safeguards your client’s property when it is in your care
  • Electronic Data Processing insurance: Protects laptops, PCs, and servers as well as software
  • Builder’s risk insurance: Protects materials during construction projects and renovations
  • Contractors equipment insurance: Safeguards tools, machinery and equipment

If you are unsure where your commercial property coverage ends, contact All Things Comp for a full policy audit and for more information about the inland marine insurance that you may need. Don’t wait to find out the hard way that your goods or equipment aren’t protected.

We offer expert assistance with commercial property insurance in Tennessee, and are also able to provide assistance in the surrounding states of Oklahoma, Mississippi, Indiana, Georgia, South Carolina, Maryland, and Florida. Call us at (731) 300-6366, or fill out the form on this page.

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About Us

Beginning December 1, 2016, our agency’s new division, All Things Comp, launched with the slogan, “Soar to New Heights”. That really says it all; we want to assist you and your business soar to new heights by offering a comprehensive program in the area of Workers’ Compensation Management.

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Consulting Services

At All Things Comp, we don’t just offer abstract mod reduction strategies. We offer tangible, comprehensive support to our clients. For example, we don’t just suggest that you create an employee safety manual to cut down on workers’ compensation claims, we’ll actually help you create one.

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Mod Analysis

The cost of workers’ compensation insurance is calculated based on several factors. The most important component is the experience modification factor (mod). All Things Comp is dedicated to helping you reduce workers’ compensation costs by providing a mod analysis and developing improvement strategies that yield tangible, cost-effective results.

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Get a Quote

At All Things Comp, we’re proud to be a different kind of agency. We don’t just sell insurance policies, we offer an ongoing partnership. Contact us at 731-300-6366 to learn more about how we can help your business succeed.