What Homeowners are Reading about Contractors Insurance.

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Any contractor with any common sense, has the best insurance coverage for the work they do.  But, we hear it all the time from contractors, “Chuck in a truck is running around uninsured.” 

You should be using the uninsured, not insured enough, as a leverage for your business.


With all the contractor or home owner websites online, it is not hard to find them promoting NOT hiring contractors without insurance, but now they are targeting or informing homeowners on what kind of insurance to look for and how much insurance you should have.


There will always be those homeowners who want the lowest price and will take the risk.  These homeowners shouldn’t be your type of customers anyway.  There is even websites on how to defraud insurance companies and contractors. 


We have compiled a list of the most recent and highest-ranking articles that are on the web for homeowners and contractors, about insurance.  These articles cover everything from hiring uninsured contractors to websites like Angie’s List tell homeowners what type and how much insurance you should have.  WOW.  Now you have a contractor referral website, telling homeowners how much insurance you need.


Here’s the list we have compiled of the top 10 articles on contractors and insurance being published to homeowners. NUMBER 4 will surprise you!


1)      3 Risks of Hiring Contractors Without General Liability and Worker's

2)      The Danger of Using Unlicensed and Uninsured Contractors

3)      What Are the Risks of Hiring Unlicensed Contractors? | Angie's List

4)      How to Use a Contractor with No Insurance

5)      Unlicensed contractors: what you need to know so you're not on the…

6)      Who cares if the guy mowing my lawn isn't insured, injuries are his ..

7)      Am I Liable If an Uninsured Contractor Is Injured on

8)      Can a Homeowner Be Held Liable for Injuries to a Contractor?

9)      Who Is Liable for Injured Subcontractors?

10)   Do you Need a Certificate of Insurance?



Wow, you can see the information homeowners and some contractors are getting is all over from how to defraud to making a contractor being insured to move the Statue of Liberty. 


When it comes time to have your insurance renewed, you are doing services/project you feel are above your present coverage or have questions in general, feel free to contact James Robinson.


His 23 years of insurance experience is a gold mined of information for contractors of any size. 

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