Working with tress and timber is risky, and clients in the lumber industry need proper coverage to continue operations without a cut in income due to a claim.
Logging is hazardous work that requires sophisticated equipment and skilled personnel. If you have clients in the business of cutting, skidding, on-site processing, or loading of trees and logs onto trucks or skeleton cars, then they need Logging Insurance.
The main risk comes with cutting down trees. Of course, that’s the industry’s core job. However, during the process of cutting down trees things can go wrong.
For example, a felled tree can accidentally damage someone’s property, the person who’s cutting it down, or even the equipment that’s been used to cut it down.
This is why logging businesses try their best to have a controlled process, where trees won’t harm people or buildings on their way down.
Typically, a Logging Insurance policy will include some or all of the following coverages for loggers and lumberjacks:• General Liability
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