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You'll be required to carry several types of insurance as your building is being built. The type of insurance you'll require depends upon the fact that whether you are hiring the various contractors or whether you have a general contractor.

You would have to carry workers compensation, disability benefits and builders risk. If you are going to buy a lot and hire contractors such as masons, plumbers, electricians etc, to do each of the jobs required to build your home. The workers compensation protects workers for injuries and accidents related to their work. Disability benefits protect workers for injuries and accidents not related to their work, and the builder's risk provides financial protection fire, weather and vandalism during construction.

Your general contractor should have insurance for workers compensation, disability benefits and builders risk. He should be willing to present proof of the policies before construction begins.

You should also have family liability insurance even if you are putting up the building yourself. This will protect you from being sued by persons injured on the property whether on nor the injured person was trespassing and whether or not you were at fault.

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