Business Insurance


A Surety Bond is a written promise that an insurance company will protect your assets and back up the promises made by someone else. Sneed Insurance will work with you to find outstanding products supported by value-added services to commercial banks, savings and loans, insurance companies, finance and loan companies, and credit unions.

Construction Bonds - Bid, Performance and Payment Bonds and Supply bonds for contractors with program capacity needs from “First Bond” to $25 million.
Commercial Bonds
 
  • License and Permit Bonds
    • Contractor License
    • Highway and Street Permit
    • Agent/Adjuster/Broker License
    • Fuel Dealer
    • Professional License
    • Automobile Dealer
    • Alcoholic Beverage Compliance Bonds
  • Probate Bonds
    • Administrator
    • Executor
    • Guardian
    • Trustee Bonds
  • Receiver or Trustee Bond in Bankruptcy
  • Public Official
 
  • Notary Public
  • Sheriff
  • Deputy Sheriff
  • Constable
  • Jailer
  • County/City/School Treasurer Bonds
  • Court Clerk
  • Loan Closing Attorney
  • FHA Schedule Bonds
  • Court Bonds
    • Plaintiff Replevin
    • Plaintiff Attachment
    • Cost Bonds
  • Miscellaneous Bonds
 
Fidelity Bonds - ERISA (Pension Plans), Business Services Bonds (Janitorial)
Financial Institution Bonds and D&O Coverage - Commercial Banks and Savings Institutions, etc.
 

Workers Comp

Workers’ compensation coverage pays for medical care and physical rehabilitation of employees injured at work and helps to replace lost wages while they are unable to work. Additionally, this coverage protects an employer from being sued by an injured worker in most cases.

Sneed Insurance can help your business find complete solutions to your unique workers compensation insurance needs. We’ll find solutions that create safer and more productive workplaces, more confident and secure workers, and overall savings that you'll see on the bottom line.

Coverage for office workers using their own vehicles on company business is often needed as well. If you have employees, it is critical that you consider workers comp coverage.
 

What You Need to Know

Some Workers Comp coverage can include:

  • Innovative payment systems
  • Medical disability case managers
  • Utilization management nurses
  • Certified life care planning nurses
  • Vocational rehabilitation consultants
  • Physician consulting services
  • Legal staff
  • Contracts with medical network providers
  • Managed prescription drug program
 
To find out more about workers comp insurance and other business insurance products and services, contact us today.