Additional Business Insurance Your Company May Need

| September 24, 2019

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Along with the main types of Business Insurance, there are some selective insurances that may be necessary for you to have for your business. Justin goes over a few of the most common additional insurances that a business owner might need. 

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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is a non-profit corporation and an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. BCBSM's commitment to Michigan is what differentiates it from other health insurance companies doing business in the state. That mission has never changed. Nearly 70 years ago, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan started with a purpose to provide people with the security of knowing they have health care when they need it. Today, that non-profit mission is the same and the company is accomplishing it in many ways, including:

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