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Is there a professional liability insurance for a Residential contractor in SC?

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2012-01-05 11:07:53
2012-01-05 11:07:53

What your looking for is Commercial General Liability Insurance for contractors, not professional liability insurance.

And Yes. Almost any Commercial lines carrier will provide CGL coverage as well.

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