At Pascal Burke Insurance Brokerage Inc. (PBIBInc), our knowledge of the products and the marketplace we serve is unparalleled. As former contractors, we know the construction industry from the ground up!
We are flexible, proactive, and efficient. Above all, we are client focused. Although we sell insurance, our approach is to be consultants to our clients, offering insurance solutions that meet their specific needs at the best price. We take pride in exceeding customer expectations and building long-term relationships of mutual trust.
General liability insurance often called business liability insurance and commercial liability insurance provides coverage for your business against claims of
Worker’s Compensation insurance covers work-related accidents, illnesses, and even death. In the event of an accident, worker’s compensation will protect your employees, while shielding your construction business from the possibility of liability for employee injuries.
Contractors and construction professional rely on their autos to get the job done. Whether you’ve got a personal vehicle that doubles as your work truck or an entire fleet of autos that your construction business owns, contractor commercial auto can protect your vehicles from the risks of the road.
When contractors need to extend their insurance protection, umbrella/excess insurance is an affordable solution. Maybe you’re working on a new project and the contact requires you to carry a higher general liability limit. Or perhaps you want to ensure that you’re covered against the possibility of a high-dollar incident or claim.
Tools and equipment insurance is designed to protect your high-value movable property. Tools and equipment coverage, also known as inland marine insurance, protects your hard-working assets from common risks like: theft and damage, as you transport them to and from your worksite
What Does Builder’s Risk Cover? When you have a builders risk policy covering your construction project, you’re covered against losses which may include:
A commercial property policy is purchased to cover damage to contractor’s own buildings, office contents, and most other personal property that it owns. A commercial property policy can also cover loss of income or increase in expenses that result from insured damage.
A contractors’ bond is a legal obligation that guarantees you’ll perform your work according to your contract while adhering to the rules and regulations of your contractor license.
Roofing contractors face higher risks and are exposed to unique losses that differ from most other trades.
Roofing Contractors require specific endorsements to protect their business from catastrophic loss.