OnMarket Insurance Associates has the expertise to provide tailored solutions for the placement of residential, commercial, industrial, public and private construction … and all the risks that come with it. Our strong market relationships with the top construction insurance markets give us the strength to guarantee that our clients are getting best-in-class coverage, pricing and service every time.
We can cover your projects for:
- Primary General Liability
- Excess Liability / Umbrella
- Workers’ Compensation
- Errors and Omissions
- Pollution Liability
- Builder’s Risks of all sizes, geographical locations and construction types
- Contractor’s Equipment and other related Inland Marine exposures
Our Products Include:
- GL Practice policy for General Contractors, Construction Managers & Artisan Contractors
- GL Project Specific policy programs for Owners, Developers & General Contractors
- Wrap (aka OCIPs and CCIPs) policies for ground-up construction, condo conversions, rolling wraps, partially completed (distressed) projects and completed projects
- Owners Contractors Protective (OCPs)
- Professional Liability on a project specific basis or annual policy for Architecture + Engineering industry
- OPPI Placements
- Builder’s Risk Programs (Annual, Project or Rolling)
- Project, site-specific or annual Pollution Liability programs
- Seller’s Interest
- Discontinued Operations
- Deductible Buy Down
We take pride in providing creative solutions that ensure the best protection for our clients. We work tirelessly to create new and exclusive products, tailor custom coverage and provide the best technical expertise and market knowledge.
Who needs Construction Insurance?
Any business that works in a construction trade (such as building construction, heavy construction or home improvement) needs to carry construction insurance to protect them from risk. Give us a call to talk to one of our team members about your specific project needs.
What is General Liability coverage? Do I need something better?
Not all general liability policies are the same. They generally all touch on the same needs, but it is critical to read through your limitations and exclusions within the policy to make sure you’re protected. Some policies may seem like a great low-cost deal, but in the end you find no one is there to help you when an accident happens.
If I use part-time contractors, and don’t have any full-time employees, do I need to offer health or worker’s compensation coverage?
Worker’s Compensation and Health Insurance are usually only required for full-time employees on your team. However, regulations are changing every day. It’s best for us to talk about your operation so that we can make sure you’re covered.