Whether you're looking for owner operator insurance, motor carrier insurance, or private carrier insurance, Woodall & Hoggle can provide an insurance package designed to fill a wide range of trucking needs. Call Woodall & Hoggle Insurance to get more information about your specific insurance needs.
Trucking Auto Liability
Trucking Auto Liability coverage is offered with a primary limit of up to $1,000,000 for the following business classes and operations:
Motor Truck Cargo
Cargo is at the center of every trucking operation. In the event that your cargo does not make it safely to its intended destination, you need the assurance of a broad policy that covers what lies ahead.
Preferred and Standard Forms
Cargo forms include a Standard version and a Preferred version.
The Preferred Form has been approved by logistics companies and includes the following:
The Standard Form now offers Broadening Endorsements which include the following:
Physical Damage policies are designed to provide the best possible coverage for you.
With this in mind, the following features are standard on all policies:
Physical Damage coverage is offered for a variety of business classes and operations. Coverage is offered as either:
Physical Damage policies can be customized to meet a Client's specific needs, including:
General Liability Coverage protects you against claims for damages because of bodily injury or property damage to others resulting from your business operations.
Other Popular Options Available
In addition to the construction trucking/transportation options listed above, Woodall & Hoggle also recommends some very important coverages that all business owners need to understand and consider:
Commercial Umbrella Liability Insurance – protects your organization against large, catastrophic liability claims. The policy acts as excess coverage over your primary liability policy(s).The coverage limit applies in addition to the limit(s) provided by underlying coverage(s).
Employee Benefit Liability Insurance - covers the cost to employees that result from employer processing errors related to employee benefits. Some examples of this would be an employer not providing the employee with the appropriate COBRA information following termination that results in the ex-employee losing benefits, or an employer neglecting to add an employee to a benefits plan or adjusting coverage as requested.
Employment Practices Liability Insurance - provides protection for an employer against claims made by employees, former employees, or potential employees. It covers discrimination (age, sex, race, disability, etc.), wrongful termination of employment, sexual harassment, and other employment-related allegations. It covers your firm, including its directors and officers.
Professional Liability (Errors & Omissions) Insurance - protects your company from claims if your client holds you responsible for errors, or the failure of your work to perform as promised in your contract. Coverage includes legal defense costs - no matter how baseless the allegations. Errors and Omissions Insurance will pay for any resulting judgments against you, including court costs, up to the coverage limits on your policy. Errors & Omissions Insurance coverage extends to both W2 employees and 1099 subcontractors, and can be worldwide in scope.
Workers' Compensation Liability Insurance - provides coverage to employees for accidents or disease arising from employment. Benefits may include lost wages, medical expenses, and permanent disfigurement/disability payments. State law requires that employers provide Workers' Compensation Insurance for their employees.