You’ve saved up and worked your whole life to open your dream restaurant, but do you have the necessary restaurant insurance package to protect your investment? On top of the everyday challenges faced by Edmonton restaurant owners, an increasing concern is loss of income, damage to business property and even lawsuits. With the help of our commercial insurance brokers we can make sure your insurance stays on track.
Some of the most common food service insurance claims include:
- Restaurant Fires
- Food Poisoning
- Slip and Falls
- Food Spoilage
- Theft and Burglary
As one of Edmonton's top commercial brokerages, ARC Insurance Brokers has a comprehensive restaurant insurance package designed to offer great coverage at an affordable price.
Our small business team has the experience to offer all types of restaurant and hospitality packages including:
- Café Insurance
- Catering Insurance
- Food Truck Insurance
- Take Out Insurance
- Fast Food Restaurant Insurance
- Licensed Restaurant Insurance
Whether you own a cozy café or a large catering company, our commercial brokers are well versed in all types of food establishments. With access to multiple standard and specialty insurance carriers, no business is too big or too small to benefit from our thorough commercial insurance quotes.
In addition to standard commercial coverages, we can help you decide if you need any of the following specialty insurance products:
- Liquor Liability
- Non-owned Auto Coverage
- Food Contamination Coverage
- Lost Key and Customer Property Coverage
Properly insuring a restaurant can seem like a daunting task, but it won't feel that way after you've spoken with our team. Our brokers excel at taking the time to put together a custom-tailored insurance policy to address your needs while being as cost-effective as possible. Whether you're a new owner or an existing establishment that hasn't had a chance to review your policy in a while, give our team a call today. We have a proven track record of being able to help our clients save money while maximizing coverage - so wait until a claim occurs to find out if you have the correct coverage.