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Armored Car & Courier Insurance

Protection for you and your clients.

Marshall & Sterling is one of the few insurance agencies that specialize in obtaining Cash-in-Transit coverage for the Armored Car and Courier industries.

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Armored Car Insurance

The Specialty Risks Team, at Marshall & Sterling currently, services over 135 clients nationally in the armored car and courier industries. With over 18 years of specialized experience in the industry, our program is one of the finest and most comprehensive available.

Regardless of how many trucks you own, our team can place coverage for your vault and transit exposures. Armored car coverage is offered on an all physical loss basis which includes protection for losses caused by employee theft, robbery, burglary, destruction, mysterious disappearance, theft, and wrongful abstraction.

In addition to “crime” coverage and surety bonds, we can also provide property liability insurance coverage to round out your protection.

  • Property
  • Business income
  • Electronic data processing
  • General liability
  • Commercial automobile
  • Umbrella policies
  • Excess liability
  • Employment practices liability
  • Directors' and officers' liability
  • Workers’ compensation
  • Disability
  • Group or individual life & health
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Courier Insurance

This insurance is tailored for courier operations that service the retail and banking industries by utilizing unarmored motor vehicles. The coverage is set up to protect the customer’s property in the courier’s care, custody, and control; insuring against losses caused by employee theft, robbery, burglary, theft, mysterious disappearance, destruction and wrongful abstraction.

To learn more about our armored car or courier insurance, contact a Marshall & Sterling team member today!

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Benefits of Commercial Auto Insurance

When it comes to running a business, vehicles – whether they’re leased, rented or owned – are crucial for a variety of tasks. Whether transporting materials and tools to worksites, hauling goods for deliveries or driving to meet clients, companies of all kinds rely on safe and functioning vehicles to serve customers and generate profit.