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Builders Risk is essential insurance as it helps protect buildings under construction from damage due to fire, lightning, hail, explosions, theft, vandalism, and Acts of God such as hurricanes
If a client or third party files a claim for personal injury or property damage Contractors General Liability Insurance protects you and your team members, and your business, from unexpected financial loss.
Products & Completed Operations Coverage helps cover liability claims resulting from your business’ product or completed operations that were done away from your location. It can help cover claims that your business caused bodily injury or property damage.
Contractors Equipment insurance provides financial help to protect equipment you own. If they're stolen, lost or damaged, this coverage will get you back to work fast by paying for replacements or repairs.
A wrap-up insurance policy is peace of mind that everyone involved in a project is insured properly. Wrap-up insurance is sweeping blanket coverage that protects the owner, contractors, and subcontractors.
While contractors are often held liable for injuries to third parties and property damage arising from performed operations, project owners could also face considerable liability related to actions performed by independent contractors. Owners Interest Liability Insurance mitigates their risk.
More project owners are requiring owners and contractors to have protective liability (OCP) coverage. An OCP helps cover claims for bodily injury and property damage.
Protect your business from devastating financial debts that can result from work-related accidents, lawsuits and other liabilities. Trade Contractors insurance not only protects your business, but it’s often a requirement by many employers before you can start working for them.
Most states require you to purchase Workers’ Comp coverage in the event you or a worker experiences a workplace injury. It can help cover expenses for medical treatment, lost wages, and other costs.
A performance bond in construction may compensate the client if the contractor fails to complete the project. A payment bond insures against the risk of the contractor not paying their subcontractors, who could then sue the project's owner.