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Arizona Insurance: All Your Needs In One Place

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They understand your risks and will find you the coverage you need.

Most popular insurance coverages in Arizona

Home Insurance

The coverage you need to protect your home and everything in it.

Auto Insurance

The right protection for you, your car and others on the road.

Business Insurance

Broad protection that covers you, your employees, and customers.

Workers' Compensation

Valuable employee coverage for work-related injuries and illnesses.

Why Choose an Independent Insurance Agent in Arizona?

Frequently Asked Questions about Insurance in Arizona

When it's time to shop for the coverage you need, you'll want to head straight to the best insurance companies in Arizona. Check out our top recommendations for many different types of coverage. 

  • PURE Insurance: Founded in 2006, Privilege Underwriters Reciprocal Exchange is based in White Plains, NY. The carrier offers several types of coverage, including high-value home insurance, watercraft insurance, and flood insurance. PURE has an "A+" rating from AM Best and a "B-" from the Better Business Bureau (BBB). They also offer 24/7 claims reporting and have received consistently excellent customer feedback.
  • Nationwide: Founded in 1925 offers a wide variety of insurance products, including vehicle, property, life, flood, and specialty coverages. The carrier has "A+" ratings from both AM Best and the BBB. The carrier is headquartered in Scottsdale, AZ, making them a true local favorite. Nationwide also offers 24/7 claims reporting through several mediums and has consistently solid financial strength.
  • Farm Bureau Financial Services: Founded in 1931, also offers a large catalog of insurance options, including farm and ranch, condo, renters, RV, commercial business, and home-based business coverages. The carrier is headquartered in Des Moines, IA. They're rated "A" by AM Best and "A+" by the BBB, offer several discounts and 24/7 claims reporting, and have excellent financial strength.
  • National General Insurance: Founded in 1920, offers free online quotes as well as 24/7 claims reporting. The carrier's insurance product catalog includes health coverage as well as small business auto, RV, auto, renters, and motorcycle insurance. They're rated "A-" by AM Best and "A+" by the BBB, and their coverage is offered nationwide. The carrier is headquartered in New York, NY.
  • Farmers Insurance: Founded in 1928, offers a wide range of insurance products, from auto and home to flood, life, business, umbrella, and more. The carrier is headquartered in Woodland Hills, CA. They have an "A" rating from AM Best and an "A+" from the BBB. Farmers Insurance offers multiple coverage discounts, 24/7 claims reporting, and consistently strong financial strength.

An independent insurance agent can help you find the right Arizona insurance company for you.

A home insurance policy is designed to cover many of the hazards property owners in Arizona are likely to face. Whether the property has been lost or damaged due to a severe storm, a house fire, or a rash of burglaries, having a solid Arizona homeowners insurance policy can bring the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your coverage can help absorb financial losses. 

These policies typically include dwelling insurance (to protect your home's structure), contents insurance (to help repair or replace your personal property like furniture, clothing, etc.), liability insurance (to help pay for costs related to lawsuits involving claims of injury or property damage to others), and loss of use insurance (to cover unexpected expenses such as hotel rooms if you must stay elsewhere while your home is getting repaired for a covered disaster like a fire). Since Arizona is especially prone to wildfires, dust storms, and flooding, a home insurance policy can provide the critical reimbursement homeowners need if their property gets hit by one of these natural disasters.

A car insurance policy is designed to cover financial losses after traffic accidents, collisions with other property, liability claims, physical damage to the vehicle, and more. A standard Arizona car insurance policy includes coverage for liability in the form of bodily injury and property damage. In Arizona, drivers must carry at least $25,000 in bodily injury liability coverage per person, $50,000 in bodily injury liability coverage per accident, and $15,000 property damage liability coverage per accident.

Business insurance in Arizona can pay for physical damage to a building, known as commercial property insurance. Business insurance can also pay for damage to business property, known as business personal property insurance. General liability insurance covers damage to someone else's property and medical bills. Arizona businesses can also be covered with commercial vehicle insurance to protect company vehicles and workers' compensation insurance, which protects work vehicles and employees.

Workers' comp insurance in Arizona can reimburse a business for medical expenses and lost wages if an employee gets injured or becomes ill due to their job. Coverage can pay for costs related to:

  • Certain mental or cognitive injuries
  • Occupational illnesses/diseases
  • Traumatic injuries
  • Repetitive injuries

Workers' comp policies can also help cover funeral and burial expenses if an employee gets killed due to their job or work environment. This coverage is required for all employers in Arizona. 

A typical restaurant insurance policy in Arizona includes general liability coverage as well as workers' comp, property insurance, business income, ordinance and law, boiler and machinery, spoilage, and communicable disease coverage. Here's a quick breakdown of each coverage type.

  • General liability: Protects against lawsuits related to injury (or illness, including food poisoning) or property damage done by the business, and it's mandatory. 
  • Property insurance: Covers any damage to your restaurant's physical building and other business property in case of fire, etc. 
  • Spoilage: Covers replacement costs of food that spoils due to power outages caused by fires, storms, etc.
  • Communicable disease: Covers illnesses passed to customers due to improper hygiene protocols by your employees.
  • Business income: Covers financial losses suffered while a restaurant is closed due to fire damage or other disasters.
  • Ordinance and law: Covers the financial ramifications if your restaurant isn't up to current state codes. This coverage factors in handicap-compliant features, fire safety equipment, and emergency exits, and can pay the costs of having to rebuild or upgrade your restaurant if necessary. 
  • Workers' compensation: Covers the financial ramifications if a restaurant employee gets injured, ill, or dies because of their job. Coverage is mandatory in Arizona.
  • Boiler & machinery: Covers electric equipment in the building (e.g., AC units and boilers) if it breaks down after a power outage or other disaster. 

No two Arizona restaurants are exactly the same, which means what one restaurant needs isn't the same as another. However, an insurance company will consider all aspects of the specific restaurant when creating a policy. More importantly, an independent insurance agent will look at all these factors to provide a range of coverage options from different providers.

Depending on the policy chosen and the added coverage included in the policy, commercial auto insurance in Arizona can include bodily injury liability coverage, collision coverage, comprehensive coverage, and medical payments coverage. Comprehensive coverage can reimburse for repairs to company vehicles damaged by threats other than collision, including fire damage, hail damage, vandalism, etc. Medical payments coverage can reimburse for the cost of medical treatment of injuries to employees driving company vehicles and any passengers after an accident. There may be other options available depending on the type of business. Insurance companies offer policies tailored to the specific needs of your business's niche.

The right coverage can help protect a hotel from all kinds of disasters, from lawsuits to arson and beyond. Hotel insurance in Arizona can include the following coverages: 

  • General liability: A mandatory coverage, this protects against lawsuits related to injury or property damage to third parties like customers, etc. caused by the business. 
  • Workers' compensation: Covers the financial ramifications if employees get ill, are injured, or die from a work-related incident. 
  • Property insurance: Covers damage to the hotel's physical building, as well as the property inside it. 
  • Boiler & machinery: Covers electric equipment in the building that breaks down.

Of course, you'll want to work together with an independent insurance agent to get the coverage needed by your unique hotel. Your hotel's operations, events, etc., may dictate that you need more coverages than those included on this list.

Umbrella insurance in Arizona works to extend and expand the existing liability coverage from homeowners and auto insurance policies to protect the policyholder, their home, and their future earnings and assets in case of a lawsuit. Umbrella insurance increases liability coverage limits and may cover certain types of claims that homeowners liability does not typically cover, such as false arrest, some kinds of dog bites, and incidents of libel or slander.

The following resources may be helpful to help you find the right coverage in Arizona. Check out the following agencies, etc. for all the info you need about specific state insurance requirements in Arizona.

Additionally, you may want to check out the following pages for more specifics on insurance types and requirements in Arizona:

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