Ebola outbreak? They've got you covered.
A unit of Lloyd's of London this week began underwriting two different forms of insurance in response to the spread of the virus.
One will provide business-interruption insurance for health-care facilities that shut down or lose money because of a quarantine related to diseases such as Ebola or the Enterovirus.
The other will provide business-interruption coverage for any business that faces a government-ordered shutdown due to the presence of Ebola.
Both plans are being offered by the Ark Syndicate unit of Lloyd's.
"Hospitals, hotels, airports, shopping centers, restaurants, theaters, gyms and any place the public may congregate including apartments and habitational units are probably most at risk," said Ark Syndicate's Richard Bryant.