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#102432 - 02/13/06 09:03 PM Which insurance company is better for electrical business?
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Can you guys share information about insurance company?
How about StateFarm?

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#102433 - 02/14/06 04:16 PM Re: Which insurance company is better for electrical business?
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Loc: Stoney Creek, ON, Canada
Try Federated Insurance. We have used them for years. They specialize in business contractors insurance.
http://www.federated.ca/loss_prev/YourIndustry/Contractors/IntroContractors.html
www.federated.ca

edited to add link.

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#102434 - 02/18/06 08:52 PM Re: Which insurance company is better for electrical business?
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I got a quote from statefarm 880 a year for 1 million per occurrence.
But the policy just for property damage and I have to talk to the agent about the person death or hurt related to my job.That's very improtant.
My business focus on manufacturing plant not residence and commercial.

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