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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by dmk395, Oct 6, 2000.
Just curious, but how much money do u guys spend a year in liability insurance?
$500.00 a year. 1 mllion, 3 million.
388.00 yr - 500k
We're paying $900 a year for 1mil/2mil and that also includes inland marine for like up to $25k itemized and $5k non itemized on the equipment.
Same as Keith but 600.00 less on the premium.
100.00 deductable for everything.
no claims on the policy. Thank God.
Do these numbers include every guy who steps foot on your jobsite, or is this for one man operations?
$550/year for $1/$2 million. $4500 inland marine itemized & $2000 general on equipment. One-man operation.
Keith, Mow Ed, who are you using?
Well, here in western Maryland, I pay $400.00 per year for liability ins. The policy is 1 million and 2 million for any given year. The policy also covers my trailer, equipment and tools against theft, fire, and God related activity.
The best advise is to get multiple quotes. For example, some companies were asking anywhere from $388.00 to about $900.00 per year for the same coverage or less. So shop around.
$560 here for 1 mil. liability with $15K on equip. for $100 ded.
This is for me alone.
In His (lawn) Service
Thru an independent agent:
Integrity Mutual Insurance
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