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    Default Working with an addition inspector

    I have been sending business to an inspector that works under my business name but holds his own insurance. If I get sued over an inspection he performed will it go under his personal insurance or mine and if it's mine do I need to add him on to my insurance?

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    Default Re: Working with an addition inspector

    You should call your E&O provider and get the straight skinny from them.

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    Default Re: Working with an addition inspector

    I think having him working under your Business name would be enough reason for yourself to have him insured.

    Rick


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    Default Re: Working with an addition inspector

    Nick gave the best advice. Also keep in mind that when it comes time to sue, they go after the company first, then the inspector.


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    Default Re: Working with an addition inspector

    Thanks! That's what I thought!


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