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Insurance for Site Preparation Contractors

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why do Site Preparation Contractors need insurance?

Companies categorized under this industry work mainly in site preparation activities such as grading and excavation, the demolition of buildings, septic system installation, and earth moving and land clearing. Other service includes the rental of construction equipment with an operator.

Site preparation contractors need insurance as it helps cover for the risks that your business could face, particularly lawsuits. The insurance will cover the defense and court fees that would otherwise be disastrous to your business.

What risks do Site Preparation Contractors face?

Below are some common risks site preparation contractors can face:

  • A customer slips in a puddle of water that you are about to clean in your office. This causes your client to sue your business for a slip and fall claim.

  • One of your employees fails to perform the contracted work and your client sues your business for the damages.

How much does insurance for Site Preparation Contractors cost?

There is no fixed cost of insurance for site preparation contractors as the cost of insurance varies according to the size of your business, the number of employees you have, and the coverage needed. Without taking these into account, below are the average costs of insurance for your business:

  • General Liability insurance costs $500 in annual premiums.
  • Workers Compensation costs $1200 in annual premiums.
  • Professional Liability insurance costs $900 in annual premiums.

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