Construction Insurance

Insurance is only the foundation of our services.  Our risk management expertise adds tremendous value for our clients.  We provide knowledge and tools spanning from contract reviews to OSHA and regulatory compliance.

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Industry Expertise

Get far more for your money than just an insurance policy.  We go above and beyond your typical broker by providing services such as contract review, OCIP enrollment, online certificates, regulatory and OSHA updates, plus a lot more.

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Construction Insurance for Contractors

Safety & OSHA

OSHA assistance and Safety programs are part of our services to keep your premiums down and your business running smoothly.

Construction Contracts Review

Contract Review

We’ll review contracts, write contracts, and overall ensure you are protecting your assets as securely as possible.

NY Construction Insurance

Navigate NY Regulations

NY is tough on business.  We’ll help you navigate all the obstacles including, regulatory requirements, labor law, health care, and more.

General Liability

Accidents happen.  General liability protects your for claims resulting from bodily injury, property damage, or completed operations.  Typical coverage limits are $1 million / $2 million.  However, we can offer $2MM/$4MM.

Professional Liability

Many contractors employ architects and designers.  Design defects, equipment replacement, and costly delays can all result in huge professional liability or errors and omissions claims.

Workers Compensation

Increase safety and mitigate claims to ultimately lower your experience modification and reduce your premiums.  Audits can be painful.  We can help you properly classify your employees and walk you through the audit.

Other Lines & Surety

We are a full service firm.  We provide all lines of insurance including, Auto, Cargo, Warehouse Liability, Equipment Floater, Riggers Liability, Life, Health, Home, Disability. and Surety Bonds.

Policy Exclusions

There are many insurance policies on the market that contain dangerous exclusions that could lead your assets vulnerable should you have a loss.  These exclusions carve away coverage for the most common claims in the industry.  These exclusions include: Third Party...

OSHA Injury Reporting

Effective January 1st, employers will now be required all hospitalizations within 24 hours.  All work related fatalities must be reported within 8 hours.

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