Most states require general contractors to obtain licenses or to register separately for both commercial and residential properties. To obtain licenses and building permits, general contractors must have general liability insurance.
Property owners may require you to show a proof of insurance before hiring you.
Liability insurance gives you a layer of defense against claims such as bodily injury claims or property claims in a high risk environment such as a construction site.
Financial peace of mind
If you use your own equipment, or transport equipment to multiple locations, you will want to protect your equipment against theft, damage, or loss with additional equipment insurance.
Choosing the right insurance is critical.
You can’t afford gaps in your coverage that could put you out of business.
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