The construction industry involves the design, development, and building of various structures such as buildings, bridges, roads, and other infrastructure. The industry employs a wide range of professionals including architects, engineers, project managers, construction workers, and subcontractors.

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The construction industry is characterized by unique risks that include workplace injuries, property damage, and third-party liability claims. To mitigate these risks, construction companies should consider a range of commercial insurance policies, including:

General liability insurance: Provides coverage for third-party bodily injury or property damage claims arising from the company's operations.

Workers' compensation insurance: Provides coverage for work-related injuries or illnesses suffered by employees.

Builders' risk insurance: Provides coverage for damage to a building under construction, including materials and equipment.

Professional liability insurance: Provides coverage for design errors, omissions, or professional negligence in the construction process.

Commercial auto insurance: Provides coverage for liability and physical damage to vehicles used for commercial purposes.

Umbrella insurance: Provides additional liability coverage beyond the limits of other insurance policies.

It is important for construction companies to work with an experienced insurance professional to assess their specific risks and tailor an insurance program that meets their needs. Additionally, construction companies should implement rigorous safety protocols to minimize the potential for workplace accidents and injuries.

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