Commercial:Contractors

Historically for contracting professionals these types of exposures have been thought of as business risks that a contractor has control over and as such not an appropriate insurable risk.

 

contractors

Nevertheless, more and more courts are granting defective work and product claims against contractors, which have led to a greater demand and thus availability of this type of insurance.

Contractors face some unique and dangerous risks on the job. To grow their business among clients/communities contractors work hard to build their credibility. Most of Construction business is carried out at places other than the business location. No matter where the work is safety risks go hand in hand with the construction industry.

Keep your business safe a safety net provides protection against risk and errors. Our coverage is designed to protect you from the everyday challenges of being on the job. From damaged or stolen equipment to injuries. Make insurance decision easy and stay focused on deadlines and getting the job done.



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  • OSHA announces policy change on monorail hoists in construction

    OSHA announces policy change on monorail hoists in construction WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has announced a new enforcement policy that excludes monorail hoists from the requirements of Subpart CC – Cranes and Derricks in Construction, as long as employers meet other OSHA requirements. The policy change was made in response to comments from stakeholders and in recognition that a monorail hoist – ...  Read More

  • Understanding Non-Discrimination Testing

    Employers that sponsor a cafeteria plan and certain other health and welfare plans need to be aware of the requirement for non-discrimination testing. Non-discrimination testing is done to ensure that a plan does not favor highly compensated employees or key employees. With regard to non-discrimination testing these employees become a “prohibited group”, in other words, the plan cannot favor the prohibited group.   Read More

  • Turning to the Positive: How to be a Better Friend and Co-Worker

    Written by: Robert Ledbetter, Hillside Christian Church & Kimberly Dryden, NCW InsuranceTraumatic events such as sudden illnesses, accidents, and deaths can have profound effects on individuals and the way they interact with others. On Thursday, June 15, NCW Insurance and the Dallam - Hartley Counties Hospital District are sponsoring three workshops at Coon Memorial Hospital to educate and prepare individuals on how to handle such events and how to support friends, family and co-workers cope...  Read More

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