Aldrich Taylor Insurance
912 North Hollywood Way Suite D
Harold is a meticulous electrician. He takes his time with every job, because he understands the importance we as a society place on having sound and reliable electricity. Harold had just finished the electrical work on a client's remodel and everything had come out perfect, as usual. The client was happy, Harold got paid for a job well done, so he was happy and life carried on. About a year later, Harold received a distressing call from his client stating that his electrical work had gone faulty one night, causing the lights to go out just as a guest of the home was walking down the stairs. The loss of light caused the guest to fall down the remaining stairs injuring herself badly by breaking her hip and bruising a rib. Harold's client insisted that this was Harold's fault and that he would need to pay for the guests damages. Luckily Harold, being the meticulous person that he was, had a good Electrical Contractors Insurance policy that was able to provide protection for any work that he was liable for.
An electrician's job is never done. Even upon completing a specific job, there will always be plenty more work that needs to be done. Sure, the wires have been tightened, switches have been installed and everything works perfectly; however, the liability that comes with this job, even when it is completed, goes on and on. A great Electricians Insurance policy can provide protection for the jobs an electrician is currently working on as well as provide protection for those jobs that have been completed. This allows a great electrician to focus on the tasks at hand and forget about potential liabilities that could be brought up in the future. In the electric trade, an Electrical Contractor Insurance policy will keep working to protect you long after you have moved to the next job site.
Electricians have additional general needs that can also be protected by an Electricians Insurance policy as well. Those include but are not limited to:
The specific needs you have as an electrician are unique and fortunately, an Electrical Contractor Insurance policy allows you to tailor the policy or policies to fit those exact needs. Giving you the coverage you desire at a surprisingly affordable rate.
You may think that your current general liability policy covers the needs of your electric business; however, most policies need to be more customized to fit your specific needs and offer the full protection you desire. So we ask that you contact us today by simply filling out the quote form for us to contact you or by reaching us at 818-841-2940. We can review the policy you have to make sure the coverage is adequate and even provide a no-hassle, free quote as an alternative. We are confident that California's insurance experts at Aldrich Taylor Insurance Agency can answer all of your questions and meet all of your insurance needs. We look forward to hearing from you!