It’s 4AM on a Tuesday morning, it snowed 12″ last night and you get to your office to see a problem. There is car there and apparently the commercial snow removal company you hired scratched up a car that was sitting there overnight. Obviously, you have insurance which will cover it, but why should you have to pay the deductible for their error. You call up your commercial snow removal company in Denver and they say they didn’t do it. You ask what kind of insurance they have and they explain that you should have insurance that will cover the damages. It’s another nuisance and why should you have to deal with it? You pay good money to have your snow removed here in Denver.
As you deal with HOA’s, it is even more imperative that you company has a good insurance plan? Why? Because there could be hundreds of cars parked overnight and you have tenants who don’t want their HOA fees increased. It is something worth considering. How does your commercial snow removal company do when it comes to insurance coverage?