Peabody Insurance Construction Specific Program

As a Construction Professional, you face serious risks every day. A lot can go wrong at a job site even with safety precautions and protections in place. Peabody Insurance has a program exclusively designed to meet the specific needs of the construction industry. We work with local general contractors and large multi-state construction companies daily to help them lower their total cost of risk. 

Construction Program Includes:

Subcontractor Management

Subcontractor agreements can be required when you engage others to do specific work for your business. We will review these agreements, from an insurance perspective, for potential coverage or liability exposures.

DOT Compliance/Fleet Safety

With years of experience, Peabody Insurance will help you build and maintain a fleet safety program.

Audit Assistance

Our team conducts annual reviews from General Liability and Workers Compensation audit worksheets to achieve your best audit outcome.

Bond Program

We have a bond team that will help you achieve bond capacity and pursue projects that fit your needs.

Claims Advocacy

Peabody Insurance will review your claims and advocate for you with our market partners, providing you with more time to conduct your business.

Contract Review

Peabody Insurance can review, from an insurance perspective, the indemnification, hold harmless and insurance requirement clauses in your contracts.

Safety App

The Peabody Insurance Safety App is a tool to help implement, hold and document important safety meetings that will help to accomplish your safety initiatives.
  • Conduct safety meetings, on site right from a phone.
  • Instantly send out pertinent safety messages to employees.
  • Essential safety tools for business owners, safety managers, and job site supervisors.

Experience Modification Factor

Our program helps to manage and forecast your workers compensation costs by auditing your Experience Modification rating for errors. Errors can increase your factor unnecessarily, causing increased premiums and possible loss of job contracts.


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