For fires, natural disasters like hurricanes or tornados and more.
Provides income when your restaurant is shut down from an event like a fire.
Provides relocation expenses for temporary locations in the event your restaurant is shut down from an event like a fire.
To replace your food and other inventory during peak seasons when there’s more of it in stock. (Available for purchase as an additional coverage on select policies.)
To repair or replace equipment such as machinery, conveyors, telephones, computers and heating/cooling equipment after an equipment breakdown due to a loss ERIE covers.
For one of the most common accidents in your line of business.
For customers’ medical expenses, lost business income, replacement of contaminated food and more.
For legal costs and payments if your restaurant is ever named in a lawsuit. (Available for purchase as a separate endorsement.)
In the event an employee claims they’ve experienced employment discrimination, wrongful termination and sexual harassment. (Available for purchase as a separate policy.)
Even More Coverage
Here are some of the extra ways that coverage from ERIE goes above and beyond.
You have access to risk control tools and services to help you identify and reduce common business risks.
Your business has support from claims and customer service teams that have special training in serving wholesale businesses.
Your independent ERIE agent is there for you from quote time to claim time to every time in between.
CLAIMS SERVICE YOU CAN COUNT ON
If you have to file a claim, you can rest easy knowing that ERIE stands behind its promise of service. With ERIE, you have claims service that’s:
Reimbursement for smaller claims can happen in as little as 48 hours.
ERIE has claims offices throughout its territory, so help is always close by.
What ERIE Customers Have to Say
The best recommendation is a satisfied customer.
Here’s what a restaurant owner had to say about his experience with ERIE.
A Perfect Pairing: Pittsburgh Hot Spot and Erie Insurance
Savoy Pittsburgh , PA 25-60 Employees (varies by season)
There’s a lot to consider when you’re operating a restaurant. And that’s especially true when you don’t have extensive experience in the industry.
That was the situation that John Bettis faced in 2010. The executive manager of Savoy, located in Pittsburgh’s popular Strip District area, was a first-time restaurateur who was looking for trusted advice when it came to protecting his award-winning restaurant. Savoy is known for putting an inventive spin on contemporary American fare.
Fortunately, he was introduced to a local ERIE agent who explained both common and more complex coverages and made sure John got a great value.
“He really held my hand and took a vested interest in my business,” recalled John.
Since that initial meeting, John and his agent meet up twice a year over breakfast to review Savoy’s coverage. John appreciates that he has someone in his corner who cares about protecting the restaurant he worked hard to establish.
“My agent really helps me understand what I need and is always available and willing to help,” said John. And that’s a good thing when you’re running a restaurant one reviewer called “a new genre of fine dining.”
Interested in working with an agent who understands your business? Then contact a local ERIE agent in your community today.