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Business Interruption Insurance

Unexpected disasters can be costly. Make sure you’re covered.

Work stoppages don’t have to be a disaster.

First Bank offers business interruption insurance to help you pay bills, replace lost income and cover payroll when a covered event forces your business to close temporarily. If your business is forced to move or rebuild because of a disaster such as a fire, business interruption insurance can help reimburse you for things like lost profits, mortgage or rent, utilities, relocation fees and more. We can help determine how much business interruption insurance you need to keep your business protected.


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You need to protect the things you’ve worked for. First Bank Insurance Services helps you by taking the time to understand all your business insurance needs and find options that work with your finances and size. As an independent community bank, we bring you all the benefits a big bank can, without losing our personal attention and neighborhood spirit. Welcome to insurance from First Bank, where your business comes first.
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Insurance products are underwritten by non-affiliated insurance companies. Insurance products offered are:

Not FDIC Insured Not Bank Insured May Lose Value
Not Insured by any Federal Government Agency Not a Bank Deposit
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