Damage to a customer’s property while setting up a line could put your business at financial risk. Protect yourself with telecom installer insurance.
These policies provide coverage for common risks faced by companies in the telecommunications industry.
This policy, also called technology E&O, is important for telecom installers. It can cover legal expenses related to work performance, such as a technician not showing up on time.
This policy helps telecom companies recover from cyberattacks. It covers the cost of investigating a data breach, notifying affected clients, and other recovery costs.
Fidelity bonds are also called employee dishonesty bonds. They compensate a telecom company's clients if an employee steals from them, and are often required by contracts.
This policy covers basic telecom installation business risks, such as client property damage and injuries. Bundle with property insurance for savings in a business owner’s policy.
Workers’ compensation insurance is required in almost every state for telecom businesses with employees. It can cover medical costs and lost wages for work-related injuries.
Commercial auto insurance covers property damage and legal expenses in an accident involving a telecom vehicle. It can also cover vehicle damage and theft.
As an installer, your work is demanding. You spend your days in cramped spaces or on ladders stringing wires and plugging gaps with firestop. It’s hard work, but one accident or lawsuit can make it even harder. Telecom insurance guards against unexpected losses and expenses related to injuries, property damage, and other risks.