Service Pros Sub-Contractors Insurance
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As Service Pros' trusted partner, we make sure you have the certificates you need - to get (or keep) working.
Who Needs Business Insurance?
Business insurance is there for you when a client makes a claim that you hurt someone or something, were negligent in your work, you gave bad advice, your property is stolen or damaged, a cyber attack takes aim at your business and much more. Working with Foxquilt’s qualified team to make sure you have the coverage you need just makes sense.
The short answer? Anyone who runs a business. But especially a Service Pros sub-contractor who is providing top quality service and experience to their clients.
Insurance Coverages for Service Pros
Commercial General Liability protects your business from bodily injury or property damage claims, which can occur through the operations of your business.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Should You Get CGL Insurance Coverage?
CGL business insurance is important because it protects the business from having to incur these sorts of liabilities out of pocket. Without the proper insurance, a business sued by a customer or visitor could be held directly liable. For a small business those costs can be detrimental.
What Can Affect the Price of Commercial General Liability Insurance?
There are numerous factors that can affect the price of your commercial general liability business insurance coverage. Your years of experience in business, your professional credentials (think advanced training vs. a brand new general contractor), the nature of your work, and your revenue can all be factors. The price will also fluctuate based on the value of what you’re insuring, and what sort of premises you are looking to cover.
When Should Businesses Purchase CGL Insurance?
Businesses should purchase CGL insurance from the day that they start dealing with the public. Not only do they have exposure to liability as soon as they connect with the general public, but it can be easier and less expensive to get a quote early on and develop a great relationship with an insurer.