Accounting and financial professionals understand value, whether it’s the value of client assets or the value you provide your customers. You also understand the importance of details. The little things definitely matter.
At West Bend, we understand these things, as well. We value relationships built on trust and making sure our accounting insurance plans protect every aspect of your business - even the smallest detail.
Your accounting firm works with a lot of sensitive financial information which creates a unique set of risks that could potentially affect your ability to consistently provide the services your clients rely on.
Our accounting business insurance, including general liability insurance, provides comprehensive coverage to protect you, your from property damage, errors and omissions, fire, natural disaster, injuries at your workplace, and more. We’ll carefully evaluate your accounting firm to find the business insurance that best fits YOUR needs.
Should the need arise, you can have confidence in our financial strength and outstanding reputation for fair and prompt claim service. We’re here to provide value every step of the way!
Contact one of our independent insurance agencies to learn more or to get a business insurance quote.
Property insurance for businesses protects property such as buildings, office equipment, stock, copyrights, and loss of use of property due to a loss.
General liability (casualty) insurance protects your legal responsibility for losses for which your company is responsible including slip and fall or product injuries.
Business auto insurance provides coverage for a land motor vehicle such as a car, truck, or trailer.
Business umbrella coverage is designed to protect a business by increasing the primary limits of liability coverage to coverage over automobiles, general liability, and employer’s liability.
Surety bonds provide monetary compensation to a third party if there's a failure to perform specific acts by the insured party within a stated period of time.
E&O (Errors and Omissions) insurance protects against loss due to a claim of a negligent act, error, or omission by the insured party.
Workers' compensation insurance is employer-purchased coverage to pay for medical expenses, lost wages, and/or death benefits for employees who suffer a work-related injury or illness.
Crime coverage protects a business from losses caused by theft, robbery, or burglary of real property and monies and securities.
EPLI insurance protects against claims resulting from wrongful termination, discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful discipline, and failure to employ or promote.