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Business Insurance in and around Springfield

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This Coverage Is Worth It.

It takes courage to start your own business, and it also takes courage to admit when you might need a hand. State Farm is here to help with your business insurance needs. With options like business continuity plans, errors and omissions liability, and a surety or fidelity bond, you can take a deep breath knowing that your small business is properly protected.

Get your Springfield business covered, right here!

Keep Your Business Secure

Why choose State Farm for coverage? Your fellow business owners have rated State Farm as one of the top overall choices for insurance coverage by small business owners like you. You can work with State Farm agent Russ Ramsey for a policy that covers your business. Your coverage can include everything from a surety or fidelity bond or worker's compensation for your employees to mobile property insurance or commercial auto insurance.

Agent Russ Ramsey is here to review your business insurance options with you. Contact Russ Ramsey today!

Simple Insights®

Steps to start a small business

Starting a small business is exciting and challenging. Use this guide to help turn your idea into a successful business.

Get paid what you're worth and separate personal and business finances

When starting your business, you need to separate funds and answer questions like "How much should I get paid?"or "How many hours should I work?".

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Russ Ramsey

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
3255 W Iles Avenue
Springfield, IL 62711-9671
Map & Directions
Would you like Russ to create a personalized business quote?
Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Russ Ramsey

Russ Ramsey

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
3255 W Iles Avenue
Springfield, IL 62711-9671
Map & Directions

Simple Insights®

Steps to start a small business

Starting a small business is exciting and challenging. Use this guide to help turn your idea into a successful business.

Get paid what you're worth and separate personal and business finances

When starting your business, you need to separate funds and answer questions like "How much should I get paid?"or "How many hours should I work?".