Paris Certificate of insurance

Almost every business will need a Paris certificate of insurance at some point or another. Whether you run a construction company that either does sub-contracting work for another firm, or hires sub-contractors yourself, a certificate of insurance will be your best friend. If you work with the government in any capacity, you'll need one. Heck, even if you just run a small arts and crafts business, you'll likely need a certificate of insurance if you plan on operating a stall at a fair or participate in any trade shows.

So what is a certificate of insurance? Simple – it's proof provided by your brokerage that verifies your existing insurance coverage. It is a short document (much smaller and easier to digest than your actual policy) that outlines in plain language all your essential insurance facts. Your policy number, your coverage, the extent and limitations to that coverage, and so on.

So why would you need one? Anytime you enter into an arrangement with the potential for loss or liability, every party wants to know they are protected – and the best way to do that is to make sure everyone is holding the proper insurance. Let's say there is an accident during a job you're working on for another firm. In that kind of case, it would be your insurance paying the bill for the damages. But, if you don't have the proper insurance, that can create a nasty legal situation. Being sure that everyone has the insurance they need before signing any contracts helps avoid that kind of conflict before it even begins.

Now, you might be worried that this document requires some kind of complicated or drawn out process to obtain. Not to worry! All you need to do is reach out to one of our friendly brokers, explain what you need, and they'll be happy to provide you with a Paris certificate of insurance in no time at all. Just give us a call!