Building Your Handmade COI Form Example for Faster Review

Valid, compliant certificates of insurance are the primary tools companies can use to control risk, especially if they hire third parties such as subcontractors. Incorrect and fraudulent COIs are tools for third parties who want to hide their lack of proper coverage and want to remain employed.

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You Need MORE Than Just Holding COIs

How closely have you looked at your subcontractors’ certificates of insurance, or COIs? You could be in for a rude awakening if you haven’t poured over them thoroughly. Can we talk about additional insured endorsements?

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The Wrong COI is Just as Bad as No COI

Valid, compliant certificates of insurance are the primary tools companies can use to control risk, especially if they hire third parties such as subcontractors. Incorrect and fraudulent COIs are tools for third parties who want to hide their lack of proper coverage and want to remain employed.

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It’s Easy to Create Your Own COI. Don’t Do it

While a certificate of liability insurance form example can help you do your job, it can also be used to circumvent your insurance requirements. Your company should only accept valid COIs to confirm subcontractors are actively covered.

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5 Things to Do to Verify Your COI is Valid

While a certificate of liability insurance form example can help you do your job, it can also be used to circumvent your insurance requirements. Your company should only accept valid COIs to confirm subcontractors are actively covered.

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