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Kentucky Surety Bonds
Serving Lexington, Louisville, Somerset, Bardstown, Nicholasville, Frankfort, Richmond & more
Part of operating a business is knowing what kind of insurance or bonds will protect your assets best. While business insurance is crucial, it doesn’t cover everything. Sometimes your business may need commercial bonds in order to operate in specific industries.
First Insurance Group is dedicated to building genuine connections with business owners throughout Kentucky. We will help evaluate your risk and find a bond suitable for your business and your budget.
Bonds We Offer
A few of the key commercial bonds we offer include:
An ERISA bond (Employment Retirement Income Security Act) protects against losses due to acts of fraud or dishonesty.
License and Permit Bonds
License and permit bonds are those required for businesses (and individuals) to obtain certain licenses and permits. You may have different license requirements depending on your industry, which means you may be required to purchase a bond.
For example, contractors permit bonds allow contractors to work on certain projects.
A notary bond guarantees that an individual or business will perform duties in accordance to the state and federal laws as applicable. Bond limits vary state to state.
A court bond guarantees that a plaintiff will pay for damages if property was wrongfully held from a defendant.
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Common Commercial Bond Questions
How Much is a Commercial Bond?
The cost of a commercial bond depends on the type of bond, percentage to be paid, industry and more. Fill out an to find the right bond for your business.
How Do Commercial Bonds Work?
Commercial bonds are a three-way agreement between a business (or business owner), a surety and the client. This guarantees that the business or individual will operate under the rules listed by the bond. If the rules are broken, the surety can step in to compensate the client on behalf of the business or business owner.
How to Buy Commercial Bonds
You can get a free quote and find surety bonds for your company today.
What are Commercial Bonds?
Commercial bonds are agreements that allow businesses to operate while protecting certain entities and individuals. Various bonds perform different purposes, such as protecting against fraud, allowing you to obtain a license and more.