You Take Safety Precautions at Work. Is Your Business Protected Too?
Do You Need Construction and Trades Insurance?
It doesn't matter whether you work on big industrial construction jobs or residential projects, you've probably seen your fair share of moments when something's gone wrong on the site. It won't surprise you to know that the three most common events that mess up projects and reputations are work injuries, property damage, and stolen equipment. It makes sense for everyone involved in construction to protect themselves and their livelihood from the most common risks to their business - like stolen or broken equipment - to the most costly damage to your reputation.
Getting the right coverage means that the loss of valuable equipment won't get in the way of you operating your business and delivering your work. It also puts you in a better position to keep clients happy and your reputation intact—without cratering your cash flow— if you need to make things right after any errors, accidents or injuries.
You can't control every eventuality on a busy worksite, but you can plan for it. Protect people, property, and your business by getting customized converge that works for you.
Commercial General Liability
This covers you if someone injures themselves while at your store. It also includes product liability which protects you when a product you sell causes harm to someone else or damages their property. You can be held responsible for the expenses, legal fees and lost wages that result.
Cyber risk is included with all our business policies to help protect your business from the costs and risks that can follow a cyber-attack, such as restoring of your system, notifying customers about the compromised data and providing credit monitoring.
If something unfortunate happens at your store, such as a fire, flood or theft, this provides coverage for replacement or repair costs for your building, as well as fixtures and your stock.
Contractor's Equipment & Tool Floater
Tools transported or stored at job sites are particularly vulnerable to theft. Get coverage to replace or repair your equipment wherever it’s kept. Some contractors don’t have a shop and therefore just get this vs property insurance to cover their gear.
Coverages Depending on Operations
For some stores, a key piece of equipment can make or break their operations. Get coverage to help with replacement, repair, as well as lost income until it's back up and running again.
The installation floater covers you when you're taking building materials that you need to install to or from your worksite, as well as when they're on the premises waiting to be installed.
If you use your own equipment to lift or suspend goods and materials off the ground for other contractors or clients, riggers insurance covers you for property damage while you are loading, lifting, or unloading the supplies.
Our online quote tool learns about your business and the coverages you need to protect it. Get a customized quote and buy your insurance policy today.
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