Should you accept the insurance company's contractor or find your own?
On One Hand: Insurance Companies Find Reliable ContractorsIt is in the best interest of the insurance company to find you the best contractor for the best price for two reasons. First, if the firm ...
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How much contractor insurance should a condo have?
The answer depends on how the contractor is employed by the association. If the contractor is bonded, insured and licensed -- best practices indicate this is the best position for the association, ...
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Can you work for two insurance companys at the same time?
Sure, I am an insurance broker, appointed by multiple companies. If I were exclusive like a state farm agent, that's all I could sell is state farm.
Should you hire a general contractor to remodel your house if he does not carry general liability insurance?
Answer No, you should not hire an uninsured contractor to do anything at all, remodel or otherwise, unless you are willing to fully accept and cover the costs of a loss if anything goes wrong.
Contractor did work then additional work.ruined original work.had to be redone by another contractor at considerable more expense.contractors insurance says nocoverage on his own work- can this be tru?
Perhaps, if you would like to provide details, I could maybe be of more assistance, try using the discussion area.