Premier Petroleum® is proud to be partnered with Bulldog Insurance, Atlanta’s number one insurance services company. Bulldog Insurance provides Premier Petroleum®’s customers a full spectrum of business insurance services such as liability insurance, umbrella policies and property insurance at highly competitive prices. Bulldog Insurance will first analyze your insurance needs, design an end-to-end protection program, and recommend a cost-effective insurance strategy tailored to your business. The company will also customize insurance coverage for your gas station, convenience store or any other business at prices that are downright reasonable and affordable blended with top flight customer service. Premier Petroleum® and Bulldog Insurance are committed to identifying and helping you to minimize your exposure to risk. We accomplish this with a clear emphasis on quality coverage, competitive premium pricing and simplifying insurance matters.
Property insurance compensates a business if the property used in the business is lost or damaged due to such things as fire or theft. In addition to the building or structure, property insurance covers personal property such as office furnishings, inventory, raw materials, machinery, computers and other items necessary to a business’s operations. Depending on the policy, property insurance may include coverage for equipment breakdown, removal of debris after a fire or other destructive event, some types of water damage and other losses. It may also provide operating funds when the business is trying to get back on track after a catastrophic loss.
As the name implies, an umbrella liability policy provides coverage beyond the business’s other liability insurance policies. It is designed to protect against unusually high losses and provides protection when the policy limits of one of the underlying policies have been used to the limit. For a typical business, the umbrella policy protects beyond the general liability and auto liability policies.
Any business can be sued. Customers may claim the business caused them harm due to a defective part, an error in a service or disregard for another person’s property. If the business is found liable, liability insurance pays damages, up to the policy limits, as well as attorneys’ fees and other legal defense expenses. It also pays the medical bills of anyone injured by or on the premises of the business.