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If you have to shut your doors temporarily due to a catastrophic event like property damage or fire, business interruption coverage may help you recover some of the revenue you lose as a result. This type of coverage is often included in a businessowners policy (BOP), alongside general liability and commercial property insurance. • Commercial property insurance is the part of a BOP that may cover damages to the structure of the building you own as well as inventory, equipment, and other property. In many cases, the BOP can also provide coverage for acts of theft or vandalism. • General liability insurance may cover property damage or injuries suffered by third parties while they're visiting your convenience store. This type of policy can protect your business from a variety of third-party liability claims. • Business income insurance is another benefit of a businessowners policy. With this coverage, if a disastrous event, such as a fire, forces you to close your convenience store while you're repairing the damage, you could receive financial assistance to help recoup some of your lost income.