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Top Tips for Buying General Contractor Insurance

General contractors play a large role in America's society. They're the ones responsible for large-scale construction projects in cities. Contractors also work on homes and other smaller properties. Regardless of what they're employed to do, general contractors should...

What You Need to Know About Worker’s Compensation Coverage

Is your small business ready to expand and start hiring new employees? You have your employees' information uploaded to the payroll, but are they secure in case of an emergency while on the job? Make sure you learn all about worker's compensation coverage that covers...

Why Do You Need General Liability Insurance?

Every year, small businesses pay more than $100 billion in legal fees for various liability claims. To protect themselves, contractors buy many different types of coverage. Each one has a unique purpose. Workers' comp insurance covers lost wages, recovery costs, and...

How to Adjust Your Contractor Insurance Bond Amounts

In the construction industry, the stakes are high. Poorly laid or uncompleted construction could cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars and cost you clients, who also take a financial hit. Clients want assurance that you can complete the job, and can take recourse...

The Ultimate Guide to Contractors Insurance

We bet you only think about contractors insurance at renewal time, right? In fact, you could do this for years until one day you pay the price. All it takes is for you to receive a workers' compensation audit, and you could be left with a hefty bill. This commonly...

5 Basics You Need to Know About Construction Bonds

Are you interested in construction bonds? Limited money, time, and manual labor are available for construction projects! If something goes wrong, it is important for all the parties involved to have a safety net in construction bonds. That's why it is important to...