Commercial Property Insurance
Protects your business’s physical buildings, like offices or storage units
Professional Liability (Errors and Omissions) Insurance
Liability protection for professionals who provide professional services or advice
Commercial Auto Insurance
Protects vehicles that your business uses for transporting employees, equipment, or products
Protects your business from losses arising from a cyber-attack or data breach
Product Liability Insurance
Liability protection for businesses that manufacture or sell products
Commercial General Liability Insurance
Protects your business against claims of liability for injury to a third party or damage to their property as a result of your business activities
Commercial insurance is essential for securing your business’s livelihood and productivity. Businesses in various fields, like technology, retail, healthcare, construction, and more can benefit greatly from protecting their finances against major losses and reputation damage.
It’s important to view insurance as an investment towards your financial security. While it’s of course favourable to find the most affordable insurance, it’s not always the best idea to just get the cheapest option. With Access Insurance Edmonton, we work out the complex equation between affordability and reliable coverage so we can find you the coverage with the best value for money.
Like in all of Canada, insurance in Edmonton is fairly straightforward. You purchase a policy by paying monthly premiums, and in the event of a claim, you’re usually required to pay an up-front amount called a “deductible” before you get compensated.
Provincial differences, however, do exist. For example, some policy specifics in car insurance are different across different provinces. It may sound complicated, but don’t worry – our expert brokers will make sure you understand the fine print fully so you can make informed decisions.
The only type of insurance that is legally required in Canada is car insurance. Other types of insurance, like home insurance, may be required situationally – for example, landlords may require tenants’ insurance before renting their property to you.