About Hosket Ulen Insurance Solutions
Hosket Ulen Insurance Solutions was established in 2009 when the Hosket Family united with John Ulen, the previous owner of Ulen Insurance since 1968. We added an additional location with the purchase of Masters & Associates Insurance. We provide solutions to businesses and families throughout the United States and Ohio including Columbus, Dayton and Upper Arlington, focusing on all lines of property and casualty, life and bonds. We have the capabilities of a national broker while being a locally owned and operated agency.
The members of Hosket Ulen are dedicated to being active members of the communities where we work and live – giving back to many organizations. We are committed to our families and clients and focus on protecting the people, property and profits of our clients through risk solutions. Our goal is to earn your trust and confidence and become your trusted advisor.
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What People Are Saying
“I have been a customer of Hosket Ulen Insurance for over 30 years. They have treated me extremely well. I don't even bother trying to find a better price for insurance because no amount of savings could be worth the excellent customer service I get from Hosket Ulen!”
“We have trusted Hosket Ulen with our business and personal needs for many years and have always been satisfied with the rates and level of service! They are always available and able to handle any of our needs!! Great company!”
“With insurance, you want someone that you can trust and you know has your best interest at heart. Hosket Ulen Insurance provides worry-free, trustful service that you can count on. We've been clients for years and can't imagine trusting anyone else with our insurance. Hosket Ulen has helped me with both my personal and business needs for as long as I can remember. They have always been prompt and very helpful with any questions and needs I have had! Thank you for being so amazing!”
The manufacturing business is unique and comes with many exposures, which can lead to a potential lawsuit. What if a fire breaks out and damages the building and halts production, causing you to default on your delivery contracts? Would your business survive?
Commercial general liability insurance is an absolute necessity for a manufacturing business. This type of protection provides broad coverage for premises, operations, completed operations and advertising, and personal injury. It will also pay to defend any covered lawsuit or action regardless of its merit. Coverage can be purchased as a separate policy and can be tailored to your specific needs.
When a gas tank explosion causes an uncontrollable fire, your commercial property and everything within it can suffer a significant loss. This can have a detrimental effect on your manufacturing business.
Commercial property insurance can help protect the property your business owns or leases, including things like equipment, inventory, furniture, and fixtures. Whether you own your building or lease your workspace, commercial property insurance can be purchased separately or can be combined with other necessary coverage to protect your business’ physical assets.
What would you do if a fire impacted the operation of your production line and prevented you from serving clients for a day or more? Or what if a pipe leak caused a system outage or extended downtime, leaving your production line inoperable? These and other events can destroy your ability to serve clients and bring in revenue, which can have a major long-term impact on the viability of your business.
Business interruption insurance compensates you for lost income if your manufacturing facility cannot operate as normal due to damage that is covered under your commercial property insurance policy, such as fire or water damage. Business interruption insurance covers the revenue you would have earned, based on your financial records, had the incident not occurred. The policy also covers operating expenses, like electricity, that continue even though business activities have come to a temporary halt.
When a product you manufacture is found to be defective and causes bodily injury or property damage to others, you may be held financially liable. Product recalls can be involuntary (required by a regulatory agency or the government) or voluntary (the manufacturer notices a defect that is unlikely to force an involuntary recall), and can be costly.
Product recall insurance covers expenses associated with recalling a product from the market. Coverage can include customer notification costs, shipping costs, and disposal costs. Coverage generally applies to the manufacturing business itself, though additional coverage can be purchased to cover the costs of third parties.
If one of your employees receives an injury or becomes ill due to a work-related occurrence, you are required by law to have the proper coverage in place.
Workers' compensation protects your employees should a job-related injury or sickness occur during the course of employment. This coverage is required by law and may vary by area, so be sure that you understand your obligations for all physical locations where your business operates in and all physical locations where you hire your employees.
As a manufacturing business, you have many exposures associated with your business vehicles–owned or leased. With a fleet of cars, trucks, vans, or other types of vehicles used in the course of business, a single accident can potentially put your business in financial jeopardy.
Business auto insurance provides coverage for vehicles owned or leased by your manufacturing business and provides coverage for bodily injury, property damage, and other exposures, and could include comprehensive and collision coverage as well.
Losses and lawsuits are quite common in the manufacturing business, and settlements can be substantial. If your business is found to be responsible for damage or injury, you could be facing a large liability loss that exceeds the basic limits of your standard policy.
You should consider purchasing a commercial umbrella insurance policy which provides higher limits, typically between $2,000,000 and $10,000,000, and often broadened coverages. Coverage is extended over various policies, including general liability insurance, business auto, and directors and officers liability insurance.
As a manufacturer, you’re constantly shipping your cargo around the world either by land, air, or sea, which exposes your business to risk as a result of product loss, theft, or damage.
You can purchase ocean marine insurance for your products while your shipments of goods are in transit, whether it's by truck, rail, air, ship, or boat, and until they reach their final destination.