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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  • NEW OSHA Regulations - Respirable Crystalline Silica

    The OSHA regulations concerning respirable crystalline silica on the job site have been written for some time. OSHA is scheduled to begin enforcing the rules September 23rd. Below is a summary of the new standard and who may be involved.What the new regulations mean is if a contractor engages in activities that create silica dust — that is, respirable crystalline silica — such as cutting, grinding or blasting materials like concrete, stone and brick and asphalt to name a few of the b...  Read More

  • NEW I-9 FORM - Exclusive use by September 18, 2017

    On July 17, 2017, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, issued an updated version of the I-9 Form; Employment Eligibility Verification.   Read More

  • Help After Hurricane Harvey

    AUSTIN — The Texas Department of Insurance offers these recommendations for Obtaining help after Hurricane Harvey. Call your insurance agent or company, protect your home or business from further damage; and make a list of damage and take photos.Report Your ClaimCall your insurance agent or company as soon as possible to report property damage. For help with company contact information, use Company Lookup or call our Consumer Help Line at 1-800-252-3439.   Read More

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