To become an electrician in the state of Florida it took you no less than 3 years of on the job training in a supervisory role before you could even sit for the exam. For those of you who weren’t so lucky it probably took 4 years of supervisory training or even 6 years of comprehensive training. Are you willing to put all of that time invested and the thousands of dollars on exams and licenses in jeopardy because you don’t have the adequate coverage to protect the business you’ve built?
The pay is good, it’s rewarding work that provides safety and security to your customers and it can all be gone in an instant if you believe that general liability insurance is enough to protect your business. You need comprehensive Electrician Insurance to face challenges from every angle like; driving to and from your clients property, spending long periods of time in your clients property where you or your workers might be accused of impropriety, using defective equipment to do your work, trying to fix someone else’s faulty electrical work and more. These issues don’t even underscore the personal protection aspects of falling from ladders, operating in unsafe environments and electrocutions – all of which can make this one of the most dangerous professions in America. So are you protecting yourself against ALL of these issues?
Black’s Insurance works only with A-rated insurance companies to provide many types of coverage including a complete range of Electrical Contractor Insurance. For your business to be secure you need to consider getting at least some of the following:
· Commercial Auto Insurance
· Contractors Equipment Coverage
· Employee Dishonesty Coverage
· Equipment Leased or Rented From Others
· Errors and Omissions Insurance
· Property In Transit Coverage
· Workers Compensation Insurance
It’s likely that your insurance needs extend past what we’ve identified above. It’s best to contact us to discuss your situation and which policies will work for your company. We are an independent insurance agency that will take the time to assess your current and future needs while working to help you stay protected for years to come.
You’ll receive fast, personal attention from our agents throughout the initial policy implementation process. As your business changes, we’ll help update your policy along with it. And once your Insurance for Electrical Contractors Insurance policy is in place Black’s Insurance will review it annually to make sure you’re still getting the best price and the best coverage available.
Brian Dozark joined Black’s Insurance in July 2010 as the Commercial Insurance Department Manager. He was born in California however spent most of his formative years in Germany where his parents were part of the Department of Defense American School system.
After graduating from University of South Florida with a B.S degree, Brian settled in Temple Terrace, Florida. Brian is very active in his community as the president of the Florida Soccer Club. He is also a youth soccer coach and the Head Boys Soccer Coach at King High School in Tampa, FL.
Brian is married to his wife Bamby and has 3 children; Konner, Baylee & Karsyn.