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You may be wondering about the types of coverage you can expect to receive with a temporary staffing insurance company.

Coverage Programs for Your Temporary Staffing Insurance

You may be wondering about the types of coverage you can expect to receive with a temporary staffing insurance company. While different companies have different types of coverage, you should generally have the option for professional liability, general liability, stopgap liability and umbrella liability. There are usually a host of other coverage options as well. Here is a look at some.

Professional Liability

This type of temporary staffing insurance protects your agency from actions undertaken by one of your workers, whether they are in-house staff, temporary placements or professional placements.

Abusive Acts

This kind of coverage focuses on protecting your agency against claims of sexual abuse, illness exposure, bullying and severe emotional distress.

General Liability

This coverage addresses claims for property damage and bodily injury as well as claims for contractual liability.

Hired and Non-Owned Auto Liability

It is possible that your employees use their own autos for business. Moreover, it is very possible that your temporary placements may drive the vehicles of clients. Hired and non-owned auto liability insurance protects your agency in the event of accidents.

Crime

Your agency could be robbed. So could the offices of your clients—and by the temporary workers you send out. Crime insurance protects your agency in such situations.

Umbrella

Umbrella insurance provides additional peace of mind on top of your existing policies. It raises the coverage limits for policies, offering even more protection.  

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