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Surety Bonds

We are able to provide a wide variety of bonds for our commercial insurance customers, from Surety bonds to Contractors License Bonds to Fidelity Bonds, Contract Bonds, Oil and Gas Plugging Bonds, and many things in between.  Surety bonds ensure contract completion in the event of contractor default. A Surety Bond is an agreement subject to the Bond Form. A Surety Bond is usually required for monetary compensation for failure to perform specified acts referenced in the Bond Form. A Surety Bond is a generic name for all bonds. Surety Bonds are usually required by the state or Federal Government; these bonds are called License and Permit Bonds.

There are three parts of a Surety Bond, the first is the Obligee. They are the entity requiring the Bond.Second is the principal. The Principal is the person whom will perform the contractual obligations set forth in the Bond Form.
The third part is the Surety Company. They are the entity who will be insuring the Bond. A valuable risk mitigation tool, InSource offers this unique form of insurance for all your project needs.  Contact InSource today to speak with one of our Surety Bond Specialists!

See why our experience in working with energy related companies has helped us become experts in property and causality risk management.

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