Connecting Cannabis Business Owners to Custom Built Insurance Programs

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We are nothing without our trusted Partners!

Cannabis Connect Insurance is a Specialty Division of Bozzuto Insurance. We are a “one stop” brokerage for our clients’ insurance and HR program needs.

Cannabis Product Liability

We insure cannabis and CBD products and can develop a custom product liability policy for manufacturers, retailers, distributors, cultivation facilities and more.

Workers Compensation

At CCIS, we have multiple work comp options in a limited marketplace. We also help with final audits, claims, inspections and loss control.

General Liability Insurance

General liability insurance provides coverage for a range of claims such as personal injury, bodily injury, and property damage to a third party.

Cannabis Crop Insurance

Looking to cover your cannabis crop? We can insure it through every step of the growth and harvesting process.

Cannabis Bonds

We have an in-house bond department with over 25 years of experience. No bond is too small or large for us to handle.

Commercial Auto

Commercial auto insurance covers both comprehensive and collision, covering damages to your work vehicles, regardless of fault.

Equipment Breakdown Insurance

Equipment breakdown coverage includes loss of business income, reputational recovery, data compromise, and property damage.

Hemp Product Liability

We insure hemp and hemp-derived products and can develop a custom product liability policy for manufacturers, retailers, distributors, and more.

Group Health Benefits

Health benefits, vision and dental plans are available for companies of all sizes. We have plans with Blue Cross, Aetna, Health Net, Sharp, Kaiser, and more.

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About Us

Cannabis Connect was founded on basic principles of honesty, integrity, and trust. We pride ourselves in developing sophisticated insurance programs unique to your business. We are actively involved in the cannabis industry on both a local and state level. We are involved in multiple cannabis associations and continue to remain informed on policy forms and legislative changes to ensure our clients best interests come first.

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Builder’s Risk, Excess Liability Rates Climbing Fast

INSURANCE RATES are rising rapidly for contractors, particularly for builder’s risk and excess liability policies as the cost of claims continues to increase dramatically.While rates for builder’s risk have been averaging 10 to 20%, pricing for excess liability and...

Fudging Payroll Records Can Lead to Fines, Jail

THE OWNERS of a California flooring installation company allegedly underreported their payroll amounts to workers’ compensation insurers to the tune of $30 million. The men are each facing three felony charges. These are the potential consequences for those who...

New Rules Relax COVID-19 Emergency Standard

CAL/OSHA LAST November issued COVID-19 emergency temporary standards, and now the agency has revised those standards to reflect the reduced risk of infection as more people get vaccinated. The revisions provide respite to many businesses ahead of the planned reopening...

As Workplaces Open, Experts Fear Lawsuit Tsunami

AS MORE Americans return to the workplace, employers are now facedwith the difficult issue of transitioning reluctant staff back as well as complaints and legal action from the most reluctant of workers. Already some returning workers have started to sue their...

Department of Labor Backtracks on New Regulation

PRESIDENT BIDEN’S Labor Department has rescinded a Trump-era rule that would have made it easier for businesses to classify workers as independent contractors instead of employees under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act. In the last month of the Trump...

Bureau Files 2.7% Rate Increase for Sept. 1

THE WORKERS’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau of California has recommended that benchmark workers’ comp rates be increased by an average of 2.7%, for policies incepting on or after Sept. 1. The recommendation has been sent to Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara,...