Posted in News on September 09, 2020
Joseph Lalla, Account Executive was published in Construction Executive’s CE This Week giving his insights on the Insurance Needs for General Contractors and Subcontractors.
Bringing a construction project to life is a team effort. There’s usually a general contractor who is responsible for the full management of the project, but there’s also a group of subcontractors who perform the actual work itself. When it comes to insurance coverages for both parties, many of the same rules apply. It’s often the general contractors who set the pace but it’s the subcontractors who carry the limits. There may also be a variety of stipulations set forth in a contract or certain requirements depending on the state or municipality where the work is being performed. So, what type of insurance coverages should general contractors and subcontractors carry? Click here to continue to read Joe’s full article.
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