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 Does a self-contractor need workman's comp insurance?

Answer file with your insurance company and they will deal with your neighbors insurance policy.
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Flooring business and license and you are the only employee - do you need workmans comp insurance?

Answer It depends on the state that you are in, in California, if you are the owner and have no employees, you do not need workers compensation insurance.  The easiest way to find out would be to... Read More »
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What kind of insurance does a self employed contractor need?

Answer A self employed contractor general liability ins., Workers comp if a corporation, but whoever is the bond company they should be able to assist in insurance coverage for the company Answer Y... Read More »
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What is workmans comp insurance?

Workman's compensation, or workman's comp, is insurance regulated by state agencies that covers medical expenses, lost wages and rehab incurred as a result of a work-related injury or illness.Emplo... Read More »
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Are contractor's liability insurance policies only written if the policy holder also gets workmans' comp insurance?

Contractor Liability InsuranceNo, You can purchase Contractors Liability Insurance as a standalone coverage.Many companies offer Contractors Liability coverage with or without your workman's compen... Read More »
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