As we know, insurance will cover you when something happen, just like an umbrella.
Do not turn too much over to a junior. If you do, it may cost your firm a lot of money. A junior can do very little that's really important.
You can be relieved of some routine chores such as making certain that endorsements changing your policies are received and liability insurance cards for new vehicles have been obtained; however, the junior cannot be expected to know when a change in your business or a purchase may necessitate altering one or more policies or buying a new one.
So, let a junior look after the minor details, but keep the control in your own hands.
It is so important. If the material change in your firm, but not inform insurance company, it may void your policy.