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Sandy, Welches, Boring, Gresham, OR Building Owners Insurance-Lessors Risk



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If you own property that is leased to others, whether one small office or an entire manufacturing complex, lessor’s risk insurance is a must-have if Sandy, Welches, Boring, Gresham, OR Lessors Risk Insuranceyou wish to adequately protect your investment from litigation as the result of an accident.

 


Set up shop with new business opportunities for buildings leased or rented to others for commercial occupancy.

General Liability

  • Primary Limits up to $3,000,000 Occurrence/Aggregate
  • Hired and Non-owned Auto

Included Coverages:

  • Medical Payments Coverage - $5,000 Limit

Deductible:

  • No Deductible Required

Property

  • Basic, Broad or Special Form
  • Replacement Cost or ACV
  • Building
  • Contents
  • Business Income
  • Equipment Breakdown
  • Computer Equipment
  • Outside Signs

Crime

  • Inside the Premises - Theft of Money and Securities
  • Inside the Premises Robbery or Safe Burglary of Other Property
  • Outside the Premises

Let the CCB Insurance Services, help you understand and protect all of the risks you run and all of the perils your business faces. We will do this with a well thought out and executed business insurance policy designed especially for our Building Owner policy holders.

Insurance products are offered by CCB Insurance Services LLC, not by Clackamas County Bank. CCB Insurance Services LLC is licensed as an insurance agent and acts as agent for insurers. Insurance policies are obligations of the insurers that issue the policies. Insurance products may not be available in all states. Insurance Products: • Are NOT Deposits • Are NOT FDIC-Insured • Are NOT Insured By Any Federal Government Agency • Have NO Bank Guarantee • May Go Down In Value. In the case of an application for credit in connection with which an insurance product is solicited, offered, or sold, the bank may not condition an extension of credit on either the consumer’s purchase of an insurance product from the Agency, or the consumer’s agreement not to obtain insurance from another entity.