Do You Need a Surety Bond?
Some examples may include the following:
As an electrical contractor, you may encounter the need to post a bond specifically outlining your duty to adhere to the electrical codes outlined for that city where you work. Before the bond can be written, your independent insurance agent may require legal documentation of the local ordinance and a copy of your contractor’s license.
A business owner may need a surety bond to guarantee funds for utilities or state taxes, while an attorney may need to have their clients post court bonds for legal asset disbursement following the death of a family member.
Regardless of the situation, RCI Insurance is here to answer any and all questions regarding the protection of your business. Some of the Surety Bonds we offer include:
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