As a contractor, you work hard every day – for your customers and to grow your business. Specifically designed insurance solutions can protect those efforts.
You start with General Liability, which covers you for claims involving bodily injuries and property damage resulting from your products, services or operations, resulting from your negligence. Then we recommend you build a more complete policy from there.
Among the coverages you should consider:
- Builders Risk: Carried by either the property owner or the contractor, this insures a project (property) during construction.
- Workers Compensation: A state-mandated coverage in Maine, designed to cover costs when a worker is injured on the job. Subcontractors need their own coverage or an approved predetermination of independent contractor status form.
- Commercial Property: This coverage pays to replace or repair the insured value of tools and equipment that are owned or have been borrowed or leased in the event of damage due to a covered peril, such as a fire or theft.
- Errors & Omissions: This coverage can protect the value of your work if it is damaged due to unintentional faulty workmanship.
- Commercial Auto: This coverage is designed for vehicles used for business purposes. Coverage for hired and non-owned vehicles should also be considered.
It is important to regularly meet with an independent insurance agent to review your exposures and make sure that your policy will respond as expected.