In the construction industry, there are a lot of risks. When you don’t have adequate insurance coverage, you could devastate your business with legal fees. Lawsuits can happen, particularly on a jobsite where there are several risk factors. Here is what you need to know about coverage for your company.
General Liability Coverages
General liability is a broad coverage. It generally covers property damage or injury. For instance, if someone falls on your construction site or suffers an injury on your site, you could be liable. This could be contractors, guests to the property or someone passing by. If someone suffers an injury on your site, then the general liability coverage will help you with legal fees.
The risks involved in construction are a serious variable to your coverage. While every company has to have its own customized coverage, there are some coverages that no construction company should go without.
These policies cover:
Damage to your construction site can occur due to vandalism, storms, theft, vehicular accidents and more. It is important to know the exclusions in your policy. For instance, some policies will not cover damages that are caused by earthquakes or water damage.
To protect your construction business, you need construction general liability coverage. Without it, you could financially devastate your business.