Insurance for Electrician Businesses

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Why Do You Need Insurance For Electricians?

You can wire even the most complicated job. You have the tools and know-how you need to build an excellent reputation as an electrician. Not everything can go to plan, though. Your electrical work tools and supplies could get stolen from your office. A customer could trip over your wiring while you work or accidentally touch a live wire. Can your electrician company withstand the potential risk from those types of incidents?

Those are just a couple of unexpected events that can happen on the electrical job. Keep your hard work powered up with solid business insurance coverage. Insurance for electricians from B2Z Insurance can reduce your costs for liability and other property claims, as well as the financial support needed to repair or replace your electrical tools and equipment if your operation is impacted by theft or fire.

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What Electrician Business Insurance Coverage Do You Need?

  1. Workers’ Compensation Insurance.

    If your electrician business employs people, it is the type of company most states require to have workers’ comp insurance regardless of whether they are part-time or full-time. Considering the potentially high cost of on-the-job employee injuries in the electrical field and illnesses sustained from the job makes sense to have Workers’ Compensation coverage. This coverage helps with impending medical bills, lost wages, and legal fees related to lawsuits filed by employees against your electrician business.

  2. Business Owner’s Policy (BOP).

    A Business Owner’s Policy is crucial for electricians. This insurance is a combination of general liability and property damage coverage in one policy—it’s a convenient and affordable route for comprehensive coverage for your electrician business. A BOP extends to cover property damage, including the loss of your electrical work tools from catastrophic events, and it may help ease financial obligations following a liability incident, such as a customer slip-and-fall accident where you’re working.

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Professional Liability Insurance helps to protect your electrician business from work mistake claims and contract breaches. Hired And Non-Owned Automobile Insurance is needed if you use your personal car for your electrician business.

We Know You Have Questions .... You Know We Have the Answers

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    How do I get insurance for an electrician business?
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    B2Z Insurance is your one-stop-shop for insurance plans to fit your electrician small business’s needs. Depending on the coverage you choose as an electrician, you can reduce the financial burden from theft, accidents, fire, etc. To get started, answer a few basic questions about your electrician business and if we can cover you, choose the coverage that fits.

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    How much does electrician insurance cost?
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    Calculating your policy premium takes the unique factors of your electrician business into account, so it is fully customized. You may be asked about your electrician company’s location, the number of full-and part-time employees, and how long you’ve been in the electrician business, etc. To get a quote in minutes, click on the Request a Quote button, answer the questions and choose your coverage type. Then pick a policy start date, complete your account profile, and set up payment information. At B2Z, we understand that protecting your electrician business and your business team is of the highest importance!

Get your electrician insurance quote now! Click the button, answer a few questions, and customize your coverage in minutes.