Coverage that continues to meet your business and personal objectives
Bailey & Company’s property and casualty insurance team works with companies and individuals to protect their assets and minimize their risk. We will help you identify risk and determine how best to mitigate it. We ensure that your bottom line is protected and that your coverage continues to meet your business or personal objectives over time. We will help you concentrate on growing your business without the worry of financial loss from potential insurable risks. Our insurance products include, but not limited to, the following:
- Business Continuation Insurance
- Property and Casualty Insurance
- Management Liability
- Surety Bonds
- Merger & Acquisition Services
- Policy & Coverage Review
- Contract Reviews
Products and Services
Property and Casualty Insurance
Protect your business against losses and liability that may result from injury or damage to the property of others.
Our Health Insurance Exchange can assist you in finding the right health insurance for you and your family.
Executive and Financial Risks
Protection against loss from crime, cybercrime, kidnap and ransom, workplace violence, and lawsuits brought against directors and acting for the company.
Protect what’s important.
Key Person Insurance
Life insurance on the key person(s) in a business to help assure continuity for employees, customers and creditors.
Provides income in the event injury or illness prevents you from working.
Business Continuation Insurance
Provide funds to continue business and cover losses in the event of losing someone critical to the business.
Long-Term Care Insurance
Coverage in the event a loved one needs long-term medical care or living assistance.
Executive Compensation Strategies
Strategic assistance developing compensation packages to attract and retain top employees.
Help your loved ones manage your estate by carefully designating beneficiaries and reducing probate and tax costs.
Ensure the continuation of your business in the event of death or long-term disability of a business owner