Commercial Auto Insurance in Orlando & Winter Park, FL and surrounding areas
Protecting Commercial Vehicles in Central Florida
When a vehicle is used for business-related purposes, a commercial auto insurance policy may be needed to protect the business from costly expenses in the event of an accident. A commercial auto policy also helps to mitigate the risk of employer liability should an employee be injured while driving on the job.
Whether a company car for trips across town or a trucking fleet, Lancaster & Associates has the ability to match a variety of businesses with important coverages. We regularly insure Florida businesses in Orlando, Winter Park, Ocoee, and the surrounding areas, and we are also licensed in Georgia.
Liability Coverage, Cargo Coverage, and More
To prevent losing your hard-earned revenue due to an auto accident, you will want to ensure that your vehicles, products, and drivers are insured in the event of property or vehicle damage, bodily injury, legal costs, and more. With Commercial Auto Insurance from Lancaster & Associates we will work with you one-on-one to create a customized policy that may include:
Bodily Injury Liability
Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Coverage
Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage
To begin working on a policy, please request a quote.
Keeping Policies Up to Date
After working together with a client to determine needs and risks, we then turn to carriers such as Progressive, National Indemnity, National General, and Granada Insurance for the best and most cost-effective policy. We want our clients to understand their policy, and we will take the time to answer any questions or concerns. It is also important that our clients understand that something as simple as a new vehicle could affect their coverage.
To learn more about our commercial products and services, contact us at your convenience.
Florida Office of Insurance Regulation
Insurance Buyer’s Guides (The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC))
Small Business Insurance Details and Resources (The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA))