What insurance do you need for a woodworking operation?
If you have employees, Work Comp is often required as well if you are doing work specifically for other entities.
You need General Liability for your operation, Inland Marine insurance to cover the equipment that you're using to cut down the tree, Workers Compensation insurance to protect the employees, Auto insurance for your vehicles... and more depending on what other exposures you have. Call a local independent agent and they can steer you through the process.
All states in the US require the existence of some type of insurance in order to drive on the public roadways. Likewise, an operator's license, or a learner's permit is required. One primary exception to the need for insurance is the operation of a vehicle on private property. The absence of insurance, when required, can be a criminal or non-criminal violation of the law depending upon the jurisdiction.
No. For that kind of benefit you need mortgage insurance or a life insurance policy. No. For that kind of benefit you need mortgage insurance or a life insurance policy. No. For that kind of benefit you need mortgage insurance or a life insurance policy. No. For that kind of benefit you need mortgage insurance or a life insurance policy.
What do you do when you owe 7000 due to inadequate insurance for a hernia operation which was preapproved and then after the operation told your insurance only covers a lifetime max of 1000?
Depending on where you live, what you want to operate, and the extent of your license, the answer varies. Assuming you mean driving a car in Ontario, you need a driver's license at the very least as well as insurance if you have anything beyond a G1. With a G1, the person beside you would be registered on the insurance.
You can find a website dedicated to fine woodworking with the same name and there is a membership bank there where you can chat and get fun project ideas and view others creations. There are also many Woodworking Clubs scattered all over in the United States. Do a search for a Woodworking Club in your area.
Where can you find coverage for a Retail Sporting Goods Store that sells Guns and Ammo and also has indoor archery?
Assuming you mean insurance coverage for a sporting goods store, most major insurance companies insure operation of this type. Find an independent insurance agent that represents several companies, and he or she can guide you. If your business is in the U.S., you can also contact the National Rifle Association for information on shooting-related business insurance. You will need property insurance for the building and contents, and liability insurance. If you have not done so…