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NEXT Insurance is a one-stop shop for construction business insurance. With our easy online platform, you can quickly get the coverage you need at an affordable price to win bids, protect your employees and your gear.
Oh, and you’ll save 10% when you bundle two or more of our policies.
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Business insurance can help you save money if there’s an accident involving your business, and it’s usually required before you can start working on projects for your clients.
When you have the right construction business insurance, you can go to work knowing that you’ll be covered if someone gets hurt or property is damaged while you and your team are on the clock.
Construction liability insurance can help pay for damaged property, client injuries or work mistakes that you’re accused of causing at a job site.
We combine two types of liability insurance in our business insurance packages:
General liability is the insurance coverage that most construction business owners buy first. It can help cover costs if a client or vendor accuses you or your employees of causing an injury or damaging property — two of the most common types of accidents at construction sites.
Learn more about General liability for construction.
Errors and omissions insurance (also known as professional liability),helps to pay for alleged work oversights that cause a client a financial loss. For example, a client could claim you are responsible for project overruns. No matter if it’s accurate or not, if someone says you didn’t deliver the services you said you’d provide, they can ask you to pay for any losses. Professional liability can help cover the costs to defend your business or fix the problem.
Learn more about Contractors’ E&O for construction trades.
You can save up to 25% when you buy construction insurance with Next. The exact amount you pay will depend on:
In the construction trade, workplace injuries happen more frequently than you might think. Workers’ comp makes those situations easier by helping to pay for medical bills for injuries and illnesses that happen to you or your employees while on the job. Workers’ compensation for construction business can also help to cover lost wages while recuperating from tripping over scaffolding and breaking your ankle.
This coverage is required for businesses with employees in every state except Texas.
You’ll need commercial auto insurance in most states to cover any work vehicles that are titled to your business. Even if you drive your own truck to job sites, it probably won’t be covered under your personal car insurance.
Tools and equipment insurance can be added to your general liability insurance to help cover the cost of repairing or replacing your gear, whether it’s ladders or jackhammers.