Recently, an earthquake rocked Napa, Calif. with a magnitude of 6.0 and created an estimated $300 million in damages to both homes and businesses. Further estimates are still expected for public buildings and infrastructure, not to mention the losses felt by the 115 wineries that were affected in some way.
What happens if your business is interrupted by an earthquake, another type of natural disaster, or other unforeseen event? How can insurance keep you covered from any losses?
In this white paper, I provide five steps and several examples of how business interruption insurance can help businesses recover from loss of property, earnings, or even a suspension of business operations. While business may not be able to predict when an event will happen, they can protect themselves if it does.