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Old 08-24-2005, 10:24 AM   #1
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Earlier this year I had some work done on my house. One of the stipulations I put on the contractors I hired was that they couldn't use "day labor" (it's a big issue in my area). I was told that in order to be insured, a contractor couldn't use day laborers. True or not?

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Day labor comes in a couple of types. If you pick them up off of a street corner, they are typically not covered by ins. or WC. The ones that I use come from a company that specializes in day labor, that company covers them.

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Thx. I was referring to the day laborers who congregate at the local 7-11 or Home Depot each morning.
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Old 08-24-2005, 01:45 PM   #4
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Those would be Bob's 'soup kitchen' guys. Here, they reek, are hungover and may start drinking early (like 10 AM). Don't want them near my jobsites.
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