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Pest control operators protect businesses and residents from the destructive nature of undesirable insects and animals. Unfortunately, these companies need to worry about more than rodents, bed bugs, and termites, we understand your risks. and that’s why we offer pest control insurance from top-rated companies in the market
Our pest control program is designed specifically for pest control operators available in these states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming[
Exterminators– Pest Control coverage including General Liability, Professional Liability, Crime, Property Damage, and Personal Injury.
• Exterminators Care Custody & Control coverage for job sites.
• Additional Insured’s If a written contract requires you to name someone else as an additional insured on your policy, we’ll automatically extend that status to them. We will also provide them with primary coverage if it is required of our insured.
• Tools & Equipment Coverage Protects you against a loss concerning owned, borrowed, rented, or leased tools & equipment.
• Property Coverage Building, Contents, Business Income, Crime, Boiler & Machinery can be included.
• Automobile Owned, vehicle insurance Hired & Non-Owned Liability Coverage
• Umbrella/ Excess Liability
• Fire Legal liability
All businesses, regardless of industry, face risks that should be covered by insurance. The most common and comprehensive type of policy business owners invest in is general liability insurance (or CGL).
Some of the risks CGL insurance covers are:
• Bodily injury
• Property damage
• Medical payments
• Legal defense and judgment
• Personal and advertising injury
While businesses aren’t legally required to carry general liability insurance, operating without it is extremely risky. If your business is sued, you could end up facing fees totaling hundreds of thousands of dollars (or more). Having a sufficient CGL policy in place to help compensate for these damages is the only way to prevent this type of event from devastating your business