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Greater Seattle Manufacturing Insurance

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We offer affordable policies tailored to your operations,

whether you are a publisher or you manufacture electronics, food, metal, paper, plastic, stone, clay or glass products.  Highlights include broad income and employee-related coverages, as well as product recall and equipment failure coverages.  We access insurers brokers cannot, and often offer superior premiums and coverage.

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Insurers We Work With

We work with a variety of Insurers but here are a few of our most popular.

Available Manufacturers Insurance Coverages

Tenant Improvements

Tenant improvements coverage covers permanently attached property on the rented premises that were installed or purchased by the insured.  Under manufacturing insurance, we recommend a tenant improvements limit that is based on the value of the improvements.

Business Property (Contents)

Business property coverage, also known as contents coverage, covers loose property on the insured premises. For manufacturers insurance, we recommend a contents limit that is based on the value of this property.

Off-Premises Property

Off-Premises property coverage covers property away from the insured premises. Under a manufacturing policy, we recommend an off-premises limit that is based on the value of the property that could be taken off the insured premises.

Tenant's Glass

Typically the building owner covers glass damage, however, some leases require that the tenant cover glass damage, which tenant’s glass coverage covers. Under a manufacturers policy, we recommend a tenant’s glass limit that is based on the value of the windows at the insured location.

Employee Dishonesty

Employee dishonesty covers embezzlement of company funds. For manufacturing insurance, we recommend an employee dishonesty limit that is based on the company funds exposed to embezzlement.

Business Income

Business income coverage replaces lost income if a covered loss renders the shop uninhabitable. Additional coverage is available for power outages. Under manufacturers insurance, we recommend a business income limit that is based on the income that could be lost over the period of time that could be required to repair the insured location.

Product Recall

Product recall coverage covers expenses associated with withdrawing or recalling products due to a defect that could cause injuries or damage.  Recommended under a manufacturing policy is a product recall limit that is based on the potential costs of withdrawing or recalling products.  

Equipment Breakdown

Equipment breakdown coverage provides coverage for mechanical breakdown, electrical or electronic breakdown, or rupture, bursting, bulging, implosion, or steam explosion of covered equipment that results in direct physical loss or damage resulting from a covered cause of loss.  This does not cover wear and tear.  

Spoilage

Spoilage coverage covers product that is spoiled after mechanical breakdown or failure of refrigeration equipment.  For a manufacturers policy, we recommend a spoilage limit that is based on the value of the products that could spoil.  

General Liability

General liability coverage primarily protects your company financially if held responsible for trip and slip-type injuries.  For manufacturing insurance, at least $1,000,000 general liability coverage is recommended. 

Personal and Advertising Injury

Personal and advertising injury coverage primarily covers defamation and copyright/trademark infringement.  Under manufacturers insurance, a personal and advertising limit of at least $1,000,000 is recommended.

Product Liability

Product liability coverage covers injuries or property damage caused by products sold. A product liability limit of at least $1,000,000 is recommended under a manufacturing policy.

Cyber Liability

Cyber liability coverage primarily covers data breach that results in a loss of confidential data as well as inadvertent transmission of malware.  This coverage is recommended if working with confidential data such as social security numbers or payment information.  

Employee Benefits Liability

Employee benefits coverage covers mismanagement of benefits. This would provide coverage if, for example, an employee holds the company responsible for a major medical expense they expected to be covered under the company health insurance plan. An employee benefits limit of at least $1,000,000 is recommended under a manufacturers policy.

Employment Practices Liability

Employment practices liability insurance coverage (EPLI) covers claims of discrimination, wrongful discipline/termination, harassment, breach of (implied) contract, failure to employ or promote, deprivation of opportunity, and infliction of emotional stress made by employees.  Third-party coverage is available to cover claims of discrimination and harassment made by customers, vendors, etc.  Keep in mind that even if there is no basis for a claim, defending these claims can be expensive, and this coverage will pay defense costs.  

Employer Liability (Stop Gap)

Washington is one of a few states where workers compensation insurance is provided by the state.  Although this covers employees when they are injured on the job, unlike coverage provided by private insurers, it does not offer coverage if employees hold your company responsible.  This could happen if the employee is not satisfied with the coverage provided by the state.  Employer liability (stop gap) coverage fills this coverage gap.  An employer liability limit of at least $1,000,000 is recommended under a manufacturers policy. 

Hired and Non-Owned Auto

Covers your company if held responsible for injuries or property damage sustained in an accident.  Hired auto offers coverage while driving vehicles that are borrowed or rented for company business, or paid for using company funds.  Non-owned auto offers coverage while employees (including owners) are driving their own personal vehicles for company business.  For manufacturers insurance, a hired and non-owned auto limit of at least $1,000,000 is recommended.

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