Contractors Can Get a Quote/Bind General Liability Insurance Within Minutes.

Prism Insurance Agency's popular California Contractor General Liability has a new upgrade to it's rating engine allowing Contractors to get a quote and bind coverage within minutes.

Moreno Valley, United States - June 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Prism Insurance Agency, Inc. has announced a new upgrade to their popular California Contractor General Liability Policies.

Their California Contractor General Liability quote engine has multiple new features designed to make life easier for California Contractors including:

1. The ability to get a quote and bind coverage within minutes. – Over 75% of all California Contractors can log on, get a quote and bind General Liability coverage in minutes.

2. Upfront Pricing. No hidden fees. – The contractor can see exactly what he’s going to pay, there are no hidden fees.

3. Get only the coverage you need, there’s nobody convincing you to buy more/less than what you need. – You have the ability to purchase the amount of protection you need for your business. Prism Insurance Agency recommends that you purchase the appropriate coverage limits to help safeguard your business and your assets.

A full list of changes to General Liability can be found on the company website, https://insbuild.com/Customer-Service/Get-A-Quote/GL-Rater

The changes in this California Contractor General Liability were bought about due to their desire to serve Contractors throughout California at a time of their choosing. As part of an ongoing effort to improve the user experience for General Liability Clients can expect regular updates both now and in the future.

Prab Randhawa, CEO, had this to say:

Prism Insurance Agency has worked hard over the last year to bring this enhanced functionality to our Contractor clients. They are now able to get a quote and get coverage started without having to speak to one of our agents, but they can always call us if they need anything down the road or even if they need help to get started.

Current customers interested in learning more about the upgrade can do so directly on the website at https://insbuild.com/Customer-Service/Get-A-Quote/GL-Rater New customers can also use the site to purchase the latest version of General Liability.

Contact Info:
Name: Prab Randhawa
Email: prab@myprisminsurance.com
Organization: Prism Insurance Agency, Inc.
Address: 24905 Sunnymead Boulevard #c, Moreno Valley, California 92553, United States
Phone: +1-951-243-2800

For more information, please visit http://myprisminsurance.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 359186

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