Typically, transportation insurance provides coverage on goods and property while they are in transit. Your premiums may vary depending on your fleet management and the value of goods or property involved in your transportation enterprise.
Transportation methods and phases covered can affect your rates as much as insurance coverage against mishandling, accidents, or theft. So, it pays to match the details of your insurance policy to your business services. Whether you ship cargo on land, air, or water, your specialized Marsh McLennan Agency consultant will gladly assist you in finding the right insurance package that covers you from packing to unloading.
Claims related to stationary property at your client’s business location, earthquakes, or flood damage are usually not covered under most transportation insurance policies. Depending on the type of cargo business you operate, you may have to invest in additional coverage for high-value goods like jewels and currency—or to protect yourself against political risks.