This depends on a number of things. It's hard to say without knowing what kind of work you are sub-contracting.
First determine if you need Professional Liability coverage Or Commercial Liability Coverage. They are very different products.
Most General Contractors do require the subs to carry insurance. Otherwise the General Contractor will have to pay much more for insurance coverage that effectively covers his or her own activities as well as those of the sub-contractors.
If the General Contractor you are doing work for already has coverage for his subs under their insurance (usually not).
What is the nature of your agreement with the General Contractor.
Some Contractors insurance policies cover subs while others do not.
Capital Insurance provides personal insurance, business insurance, professional liability, and bonds. This insurance company is an independent insurance agency.
Sure. Depending on your occupation professional liability can be added as a rider to a businessowners policy. Often times professional liability will be a separate policy. I recommend that you contact a good independent insurance agency that represents several insurance companies so they can find you the best policy for your needs at the best price.
Liability insurance is provided either by joining a professional organization, like the AMTA, or by an independent insurance agency.
Attorneys use Professional Liability Insurance. Often referred to as Legal Liability Insurance
Yes, California does require the attorneys to have professional liability insurance.
Malpractice insurance is a form of Professional liability insurance usually tailored for persons or firms practicing in the legal and medical professions. Malpractice insurance is the term used for Professional Liability insurance in the Medical and certain other professional fields.
Professional liability insurance is something that people who are doctors or special physicians need. You can sign up for this at professional insurance companies like State Farm.
Professional Indemnity Insurance Malpractice Insurance Errors and Omissions Insurance
You will need professional liability insurance, this will just help ensure that you are covered. A physician's assistant is usually covered through the physician's professional liability insurance but it never hurts to have your own on top of that.
You need a commercial general liability policy.
Yes, In New York, that is true for medical professional liability.