The employee(s) may be full-time, part-time, a minor, an alien, or a member of the family. The employee’s family now comes to you, inquiring about your insurance coverage. The contractor employer did not have insurance, and the accident occurred onyour property in spite of everything.
A change order, explaining the costs and changes concerned, ought to be agreed upon. Here, it seems like your contractor never notified you of any such points; certainly, it sounds like even in the bill, he hasn’t defined the dramatic worth difference. Moreover, the contractor spent cash on nicer flooring and lighting than what you mentioned. A contractor cannot, after all, intentionally increase the standard of supplies beyond what you requested.
Know a contractor’s credentials
Confirm references for each contractor.Ask the contractor for a written list of his or her three most recent tasks with names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the owners. Contact the … Read More