Re: Independent Contractor Insurance Question

Subject: Re: Independent Contractor Insurance Question
From: Barry Campbell <barry -dot- campbell -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2005 11:06:05 -0500

On 10/31/05, Kirk Turner <royj -at- alltel -dot- net> wrote:

> I am considering a contract to edit a manual for a state agency. In the
> contract, the company requires that I maintain professional liability
> insurance (errors and omission insurance). If this insurance isn't
> applicable, they require that I maintain a commercial general liability
> policy covering my services. They want the insurance to have a limit of
> not less than $1,000,000; deductibles and self-insurance retention may
> not be greater than $25,000. They also want me to maintain Workers Comp.
> Have any of you have experience with this requirement because I have
> not. Any suggestions? I just talked with my insurance lady, and she was
> not familiar with this insurance. Any ideas on cost?

It's an increasingly common requirement. Interestingly, if you Google
"errors and omissions insurance," the first hit is a very good summary
from The Hartford... looks like they'll give you rate quotes, too:

Barry Campbell <barry -at- campbell-online -dot- com>
AOL IM: bcampbellnyc


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