Surety Bond for Virginia Home Care Organizations
The Home Care Organization actually serves as the obligee, requiring its contractors to post the bond. The HCO can either help pay the bond premium, by having the costs worked into their contract, or can leave it up to the contractor to take care of.
Since this is a very new requirement, many surety companies are not yet willing to write it, as no information exists regarding claims and loss ratios. However, Lance Surety Bond Associates, Inc. has been proactive in working closely with some of our top sureties to develop aggressive programs for this bond type. If you’re a contractor working with an HCO, and are being required to post this bond, apply on our website for a free quote.
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