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Atlanta – Lane Co. has dramatically reduced the number of on-the-job accidents during the last several years.
Contractors who have spent years trying to make money often fail to think about how they will protect their assets once it's time to sell or close down the business.
What should you do with all those old business records that you store in file cabinets, boxes, and stacks in the corner? Do you have to keep them forever?
As the general contractor, you have liability insurance to protect you from claims for bodily injury or property damage caused by your negligence. So why, you ask, is it important for your subs to have liability insurance, too?
What's your liability when a sub is injured on your job?
Okay, here's the situation: You've hired a female carpenter, and while your guys are cool, she's having trouble with the suppliers and the subs. Could you be in trouble if you don't do something about that?
Where your subs' liability ends and yours begins
Making sense of catastrophic insurance
Insurance costs have gone through the roof, and availability is declining. What's behind the crisis, and how can builders continue to thrive in spite of it?
Is the limited liability corporation for you?
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