We provide Sign Installation Insurance by filling out an online application we will contact you to help your contracting business get insured. Whether you operate a large company or are a one man operation we will provide you with insurance your business needs to succeed.
Core coverage on a Sign Installation Insurance policy is liability insurance with optional extras to give you coverage for things like tools and equipment.
Why A Sign Installation Needs Liability Insurance
- Our insurance will protect you if someone believes you are negligent and have caused third party property damage or bodily injury as a result of your business operations
- If you are hired to act as a subcontractor, many times the general contractor will ask for proof of insurance
- As the world evolves into a more contract based society, even completing the most simple of tasks, customers will want to see that you are insured.
- Instill confidence to potential clients that you are a well established business that is licensed, registered and insured.
When we hire a plumber, electrician or general contractor we make sure they are properly insured to protect ourselves and the investment we have made in our property. The same should go for Sign installers. What happens if a sign falls down or heaven forbid, hurts someone. Just because someone says they can install a sign doesn’t mean they are qualified to or adequately insured to do so. Insurance is expensive. Next to payroll it is probably every business owners biggest expense. And for good reason. It’s not just the general public or our employees who need to be protected. We need to protect ourselves as well.
Workers comp expenses can be the highest of the insurances. Small business owners are not required to cover themselves under workers comp but consider this: If the sign guy is injured on your property, doing work for you and he is not covered by workers comp, he can go after yours. Most people are not aware of this but most personal injury lawyers are.
Running a Sign Installation business involves a significant investment. Business insurance protects your investment by minimizing financial risks associated with unexpected events such as a death of a partner, an injured employee, a lawsuit, or a natural disaster. Unless you are an employer, business insurance is generally not required by law, however, it is common practice to purchase enough insurance to cover your assets. If your business is an LLC or a corporation, your personal assets are protected from business liabilities; however, neither business structure is a substitute for liability insurance, which covers your business from losses.
- Sign Installation Business insurance is often mandated by contract or law.
- Protect your home and personal assets by insuring your Sign Installation company against business risk.
- Survive business shocks with the right type of insurance for the Sign Installation industry.
- Protect your customer in the event of an inadvertent harm on your part.