EXPERTISE AND CUSTOM COVERAGE

PMC offers solutions for general contractors to developers, both residential and commercial risks. We have the market reach, strong carrier relationships and expertise to design the right coverage for a wide-range of construction risks – including complex and hard to place exposures.

TARGETED CLASSES

  • Artisan Contractors
  • Electrical, Plumbing & HVAC
  • Iron & Steel Erection
  • Concrete Construction
  • Machinery Erection
  • Telephone & Powerlines
  • Street & Road Construction
  • Cell Towers
  • Welding & Cutting
  • Pile Driving
  • Bridge Contractors
  • Pipeline, Sewer & Gas Construction
  • Mobile & Crane Hoisting

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

  • Nationwide Availability
  • No Broker Fees
  • Underwritten by AM Best “A” rated carriers
  • Blank Waivers available
  • No Experience Mod maximums
  • USL&H coverage available
  • Pay-as-you-Go – $0 Deposit

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Construction Blog Posts

A Quick Guide to Workers’ Compensation Insurance for the Construction Industry

Construction Workers’ Compensation insurance is a crucial investment for contractors and construction companies, given the industry’s high rate of workplace injury. Workers’ Compensation coverage is mandatory for contractors in almost every state; ensuring protection for these businesses and their employees. This coverage helps to protect businesses from liability resulting from workplace injuries and may reduce Read More

Workers’ Compensation for Construction Firms: 4 Steps to Minimize Costly Claims

The construction industry has many occupational hazards. From working in dangerous conditions to operating heavy equipment, construction workers are often exposed to workplace accidents and injury. Therefore, as a contractor, you shouldn’t wait for disaster to strike before developing the protocols for handling workplace injury and illness claims. Here important steps for protecting your business Read More

New OSHA Requirements for Protecting Workers

Every year, thousands of American workers sustain severe injuries, fall sick, become disabled, or in worst cases, die due to work-related injuries. In 2019 alone, for instance, more than 5,300 workers succumbed to work-related injuries per the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Common causes of workplace injuries and illnesses include slips and falls, explosions, Read More