Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 18. Construction Contractors and Home Inspectors
Section 101. Insurance Required.
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AS 08.18.101. Insurance Required.

(a) Each applicant, at the time of applying for registration or upon renewal of registration, shall file with the commissioner satisfactory evidence that the applicant has in effect

(1) to the extent required under AS 23.30, workers' compensation insurance that is purchased from a private insurer who is admitted to do business in the state and that shows coverage in this state, appropriate employee classifications, and rates applicable in this state, or a valid workers' compensation self-insurance certificate issued by the Alaska Workers' Compensation Board; and

(2) public liability and property damage insurance covering the applicant's contracting operations in this state in the sum of not less than $20,000 for damage to property, $50,000 for injury, including death, to any one person, and $100,000 for injury, including death, to more than one person; this requirement does not apply to an applicant whose contracting operations are for work on projects where each project has an aggregate contract price, including all labor, materials, and other items of $2,500 or less.

(b) Proof of insurance coverage for an applicant under (a) of this section may be satisfied by providing evidence that the applicant is covered by a policy in effect for the applicant's employer at least to the extent required under (a) of this section.

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