Demolition Contractor Insurance
Demolition Insurance, Demo Contractor Insurance
The world of a demolition contractor is filled with significant risk and incredible reward.
What other kind of contractor would be the one that is present when a famous baseball park is torn down to make way for a new one? How exciting is it for a demolition contractor to remove an historic bridge to clear the way for a new super highway?
SThe life of a demolition contractor is exciting, but it is also dangerous. Some of the risks involved with being a demolition contractor include:
- Worker’s compensation issues
- Lost revenue due to job owner disputes
- Liability costs due to job site accidents
- Lost revenue due to labor issues
Being a demolition contractor means being right in the middle of everything that people normally associate with being a contractor. We understand that world and we have the business consulting skills necessary to provide your demolition company with risk assessment and insurance services.
We can help you take care of all of the major demolition risk and insurance issues, including:
- Bid bonds
- Equipment liability insurance
- Worker’s compensation for union jobs
We will sit down with you and go over all of your business activities. Do you do your own hazardous materials abatement, or do you subcontract that work out to other companies? The insurance and risk protection you will need will depend on how you handle hazardous materials and pollution issues.
Our associates are also very familiar with the ongoing issues of waste disposal for demolition companies. We can discuss all of your options with you and put together a plan that will protect your company from any kind of legal exposure.
We have been proudly serving the demolition industry for years. We respect the job that demolition companies do, and we understand the historical significance of some of the projects you undertake. That is why we put all of our expertise into giving you the best possible risk assessment and insurance advice.
We do not want you to have to worry about losing revenue just because you did your job. Our experienced associates will be there for you when you need us. We will make sure that all of your risk assessment and insurance needs are firmly in place before you swing the wrecking ball on a new project.
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