General Contractors Insurance

General Contractors Insurance

To get started, FILL OUT the custom quote form below or CALL 855-486-9818 to speak to a specialized agent 



General Liability is the foundation for general contractors insurance. The policy is designed to cover your business for a number of incidents such as customer injuries, customer property damage, and lawsuits. Insurance can help cover larger expenses related to medical and legal costs.

A General Liability insurance policy for General Contractors usually covers:

  • Lawyer’s Fees
  • Court Expenses
  • Damages owed

Covered lawsuits may include:

  • Property Damage
  • Bodily Injuries
  • Advertising Injuries
  • Reputation Damages
  • Slip-and-Fall Accidents

Commercial General Liability Insurance is an essential safety net for any smart General Contractor when running his business, especially for General Contractors that regularly work with a variety of customers and on a variety of locations.

Need a Certificate of Liability Insurance ASAP? We can help!

Many new General Contractors are just starting out, then realize they’re just about to sign their first major customer and don’t have a certificate. That’s when they realize that not only do they need insurance quickly but they need proof of Commercial General Liability Insurance.

eContractors is your quick-stop. We can help you get covered and email you an insurance certificate within one business day! As soon as you fill out the questionnaire below, we will have someone get back to you ASAP to finalize up your policy and send you your cert.



New Quick Quote Form

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