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Navigating the Road with Commercial Trucking Insurance

Blog Post - Navigating the Road with Commercial Trucking Insurance

Reed, Wertz and Roadman, Inc. understands that trucking companies face various risks that can disrupt their business operations. We are proud to offer commercial trucking insurance – the shield of protection against hazards and liabilities in your unique industry.

Trucking insurance can help safeguard business owners and drivers against an array of risks including accidents, cargo damage, theft, compliance issues, and more. It is customized to fit your unique needs as you transport goods over long distances.

Your Commercial Trucking Coverage Options with Reed, Wertz and Roadman, Inc.

1. General Liability Insurance:

General liability insurance protects your business from a variety of risks, including bodily injury, property damage, and personal injury claims that occur during the course of your operations but are not directly related to truck driving.

2. Cargo Insurance:

Cargo insurance protects the goods being transported against loss, damage, or theft while in transit. This coverage protects the driver and the customer from financial losses.

3. Physical Damage Insurance:

Whether the damage is due to a collision, vandalism, or natural disasters, physical damage coverage helps you  recover quickly and resume normal business operations.

4. Bobtail Insurance:

Bobtail insurance covers your truck when it’s being driven without a trailer, usually for personal use.

5. Workers Compensation Insurance

Whether you have 1 or 50 employees, workers compensation is critical. This coverage offers payment for medical expenses and loss wages when an employee is injured on the job.

Reed, Wertz and Roadman, Inc. understands that trucking is an indispensable asset. Whether across town or across the state, we can help trucking companies navigate the road ahead with confidence, ensuring the safe and timely delivery of goods.

Disclaimer: The content provided in this blog is for informational purposes and should not be considered an offer for coverage. Each insurance policy is unique and may have varying terms, conditions, and exclusions. It is essential to consult with a qualified insurance professional or licensed agent for personalized advice tailored to your specific needs. This blog does not constitute a contract, policy, or guarantee of coverage. Always refer to your individual policy documents for full details.

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