Contractors in the Northeast are gearing up for winter work. Many contractors throughout the Northeast turn to ice and snow removal in the winter in order to supplement their income. Chances are you will need insurance for your winter-weather gear including salt rock and deicers, plows, shovels, picks, and snow blowers. Many developers and business owners must follow state or city requirement regarding snow removal. Contractors, if you expand your services to include snow plowing services, you will need to have the right coverage. If you own a snow removal business you will need snow plow insurance.
What Is Covered Under Snow Plow Insurance?
Property Insurance--Covers your business property. Property Insurance helps ice and snow removers replace or repair property that has been lost or damaged.
Business Owner's Policy--BOP can include the liability arising from snow plow operations.
Commercial Auto Insurance--You need liability and physical damage coverage for the snow plow.
Workers' Compensation Insurance--Covers injury to employees.
Umbrella Insurance--Added liability insurance protection for your operations, in case of a large lawsuit or major liability claim.
Contractors involved in ice and snow removal service may qualify to apply for a Business Owner's Policy, or a BOP.
Worthington has been a brand that stands for stability, honesty and value for over a century and a quarter. That tradition continues today with its current owners Michael Wilson and Deborah West. In 2003 they purchased the agency from their father, Ed Wilson, who had owned and successfully operated Worthington Insurance, Inc for more than 40 years. Deborah and Michael have combined experience of almost 50 years in the insurance industry