Why do collectibles businesses need insurance?

Businesses that deal with collectible goods and antiques typically face significant property and liability risks, given the high value nature of their inventory and chance for on-site injuries, slips, falls, and accidental damage of goods.

What coverage do collectibles businesses need?

General Liability

General Liability (GL) protects your business from legal claims and liability that arise from your operations. Collectibles businesses may have showrooms or shops in which customers can get injured accidentally, which can present a significant financial risk.

Business Owner’s

Business Owner’s (BOP) combines your liability and property coverages to protect you from liability lawsuits, theft, and lost business income.

Product Liability

Product liability protects collectibles stores in the event of damages or harm resulting from a product that was sold to a customer. Antiques can be particularly risky due to being old, having seen many owners, and possibly being manufactured with harmful chemicals.

Workers’ Compensation

Workers’ compensation ensures that your employees are covered from on-site injury and illness, including lost wages and medical expenses.

What types of collectibles businesses can Oyster cover?

Oyster can cover most types of collectibles businesses, including goods (trading cards, stamps, coins, fine art, jewelry, and other collections), and more.

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