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Landscaping accidents can cause injuries or property damage that could lead to lawsuits and financial loss. Adequate landscaping insurance can protect your business from these types of situations. Landscaping insurance, now offered through the Progressive Advantage® Business Program, could include general liability, workers' compensation, commercial auto insurance and others.
General liability insurance
General liability insurance, or GL, is a fundamental part of landscaping insurance. It could provide protection against lawsuits and other financial liabilities that result from things like accidents or other mishaps.
GL is often bundled with a variety of other coverages in a Business Owners Policy, or BOP. However, you might be eligible to get landscaping insurance with general liability coverage through the Progressive Advantage Business Program without getting a full BOP. Check eligibility.
Workers' compensation insurance
Workers' compensation insurance through the Progressive Advantage Business Program could help cover the medical costs and a portion of lost wages for an employee who becomes ill or injured during work. Discover if you're eligible to include workers' compensation coverage to your landscaping insurance package. Check eligibility.
Landscaping insurance for vehicles
Customized commercial auto insurance for landscapers provides continuous coverage throughout the year, saving you money on premium and allowing you to avoid costly breaks in coverage.
We provide all types of contractor vehicle insurance including:
In addition to outstanding commercial vehicle claims services, we also provide flexible payment options and fast online bill payment capabilities.
Who needs landscaping insurance?
A wide variety of businesses could benefit from landscaping insurance. Examples include:
- Tree trimmers
- Landscape architects
- Landscape designers
- Lawn irrigation contractors >
Landscaping insurance legal requirements can vary from state to state. Make sure you carry enough liability insurance to be protected and legal to work in your state.