Some inexperienced contractors may think that their contractor general liability insurance covers all the likely risks that they may face in their work. Such contractors may not know that they may need riders or separate policies for certain risks that could have been excluded from the general liability coverage. This article discusses some of the additional risks for which you may need additional business insurance coverage.
Protective Professional Indemnity
It is wise for you to acquire some form of protective professional indemnity.
If you plan on embarking on a construction project, it would be pertinent to get construction insurance. This type of insurance offers various policies that will cover a myriad of risks, ranging from natural disasters on the site to injuries to your employees, damage to materials and more. In order to get the insurance cover that will satisfy your individual project's needs, you would have to be familiar with the options that are available to you.
Landlord insurance covers a range of expenses that you may incur if you have a rental property. If you are a landlord and wondering if landlord insurance is right for you, you should call an agent. To guide you toward the right policy, here are the questions you should ask.
1. Does this current situation require landlord insurance?
In some cases, your homeowner's insurance may suffice for your needs. For example, if you are only renting your home out for a few weeks, only renting a single room in your home or living in an owner-occupied duplex, your homeowner's insurance may meet your needs.