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No Insurance = No Entry
A Guide to Protecting Your Building When Hiring Contractors

When hiring a contractor, it’s important to make sure that you’re properly transferring the risk to them. Failure to do so could potentially lead to seven figure lawsuits against the property owner and management firm.

In this helpful PDF, we cover in detail what should be required each time a contractor is hired, the various insurance policies they should have and the minimum limits they should maintain.

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No Insurance = No Entry – A Guide to Protecting Your Building When Hiring Contractors

When hiring a contractor, it is important to make sure that you are properly transferring the risk to them.

Failure to do so could potentially lead to seven figure lawsuits against the property owner and management firm. The best way to avoid problems with contractors is to be as clear as possible in your written agreements. It is vital that you understand what is required when hiring a contractor and that the distinction between independent contractors and employees is understand.

No Insurance = No Entry – A Guide to Protecting Your Building When Hiring A Contractor will cover in detail what should be required each time a contractor is hired, the various insurance policies they should have and the minimum limits they should maintain.

In this white paper we’ll discuss what steps, including what types and limits of insurance to require, you must take to protect the association. It’s A+ information to protect your Community Association.

  • How do you manage the risk?
  • What should be required each time a contractor is hired
  • The various insurance policies contractors should have
  • The minimum limits contractors should maintain