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Are there carriers writing general liability for residential general contractors who do shingle roofing and vinyl siding and sub out their labor?

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2012-01-05 10:16:59
2012-01-05 10:16:59

There are many companies writing this type of liability insurance, although depending where you are in the country it can be a very limited number of choices. As I always recommend, working with an agent that specializes in this field can make the process much easier.

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