You know you need coverage to satisfy your lease or commissary kitchen, but what does insurance do for YOU?
Below are some examples of where a proper insurance policy can protect your hard earned business.
Types of risk Food Trailers are exposed to:
A customer buys a hot dog from your stand. While eating the hot dog, the customer suddenly chips a tooth on something hard contained inside the hot dog. The customer incurs $700 in medical expenses and $6,000 in corrective dental expenses.
Customers are within the premises you occupy choosing the perfect meal. A customer trips over an extension cord lying on the ground and sprains a knee. The customer incurs $1,200 in medical expenses for x-rays and $3,500 in lost wages.
The day is over and your trailer is stored for the evening. You awake to find it has been stolen. You will now need to spend $15,000 on a new cart and equipment.
Your pulling your trailer to the big event and run a light and your trailer his it causing severe damage to your food trailer or food cart. Damage to the trailer runs $4,000.
These are just a few examples of the insurance coverage options we offer.