Are construction companies eligible for liability insurance?

Learn about the eligibility of construction companies for liability insurance. Discover the benefits of having this insurance and protect your business today.

Aditya Raghunath - Writer for NEXT Insurance
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Published June 20, 2023.

Yes, construction companies are eligible for liability insurance. Risks can occur during different stages of a construction project, so you need insurance coverage that can protect you and your business at any point.

What types of construction liability insurance are available?

Liability insurance is made up of general liability and errors and omissions insurance.

Benefits of liability insurance for construction companies

Liability insurance is important because it can help lower out-of-pocket costs and can ultimately help protect the financial stability of your construction business.

Plus, construction liability insurance can be required in certain situations. For example, your clients can insist on proper insurance coverage before allowing you to work on construction projects. Or you might need liability insurance if you want to get certain licenses and permits.

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How NEXT can help protect your construction company

NEXT's construction insurance combines general and professional liability insurance to give you the protection you need. For an instant quote, simply answer a few questions online or reach out to our U.S.-based insurance professionals if you have any questions. Once you've bought your insurance, you instantly can access your certificate of insurance and share it 24/7 with the NEXT app.

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