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Old 04-15-2012, 07:59 PM   #31
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Workers Comp Question - California

And back to the original question ..

If I use Contractor A who is licensed and bonded but with no WC:

  • if he brings unlicensed help to the site I am potentially liable?
  • if he brings licensed/bonded help to the site I am ok?
Is it legal for me to have him and his help sign a waiver of liability on my part ...? Basically an "I understand I can not sue" form?

Thanks again .. this $#%^ is confusing.

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