We Offer Comprehensive Contractor General Liability Insurance
General contractors often perform tasks that are prone to risk or loss. There is an abundance of safeguards in place to protect structures and workers, but accidents happen. To help minimize the financial burden of such mishaps, Anchor Insurance offers contractor general liability insurance to customers throughout the country. We have extensive industry experience and will gladly perform a consultation to calculate your risk and customize a policy that fits your circumstances. Our friendly team is committed to your satisfaction, protection, and well-being, so call us today to get started.
What Is Contractors Liability Insurance?
Anyone working independently is vulnerable to injuries, work mistakes, and potential lawsuits. Individuals who are employed by a large corporation are often backed by their company’s business insurance. But general contractors are on their own. Anchor Insurance is happy to help by providing them with general liability insurance to reduce their risk and ultimately cover costs if anything goes wrong. You deserve peace of mind knowing you are protected from lawsuits, medical expenses, and third-party property damage.
The types of insurance policies we offer to contractors include:
This is the basis for most contractors’ insurance plans. It often includes the following elements:
If you or someone who works for you causes an injury or death to another individual during a project, your policy will cover medical and legal expenses.
If you or an employee damage someone else’s property while working, you are covered.
If damage occurs after you finish a project, such a policy will cover it. Furthermore, you will be covered for products you sell or distribute.
This element covers you against allegations including slander, libel, or false advertising that damages another’s reputation.
Understanding Who Needs Contractors Insurance
Anchor Insurance works with contractors from various industries to tailor general liability insurance policies to their specifications. Among the types of workers who can benefit from such plans are:
- Animal trainers
- Freelance writers or artists
- House or carpet cleaners
- Independent construction workers
- Independent hair stylists
- Repair specialists