Calabasas, Calif.-based Maverick Commercial Insurance Services has added a new program for artisan contractors, which includes workers’ compensation, general liability and automobile coverage.
The program is an exclusive for Maverick and is available for commercial contractors (including apartment work). The program is written with an “A+” XV Admitted facility on a 2006 ISO commercial general liability occurrence form. Minimum premium is $100,000 combined for all lines. Workers comp is guaranteed cost, automobile (coverage symbol “1”) is first dollar and the carrier is offering a small deductible for general liability. Specialized loss control and claims handling is available.
Eligible classes of business include: air conditioning, asphalt, cable installation, carpentry, carpet or floor installation, ceiling installation all types, cleaning building exterior, communication cabling, concrete, conduit, door & sash installation, drainage installation, dredging, electric power lines, electrical, elevator, excavation, fence, glazier, gas, grading, guniting, heating and air, highway construction, instrument installation, iron or steel erection, irrigation & drainage, lathing, lawn sprinkler installation, machinery or equipment erection, marble or stone setting, masonry, millwright, painting, partition installation, plastering, paving or repaving, plumbing, pump installation, pipeline construction all types, remodeling contractors, reinforcing steel erection, sewer construction, sheet metal work, sheetrock, siding installation, solar energy, stone or marble, street & road paving or repaving including rock excavation & resurface work, stucco and plastering outside of buildings, tile and stone work all types, wallboard installation within buildings, water main or connection construction, x-ray equipment installation.
Lead time for quoting is 30 days but can be shorter if the submission information is detailed. New agents are welcome. For information, contact Mario Gomez at email@example.com or Rick Bass at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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