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If you are in the roofing industry, then you and your employees work in high-risk conditions. The elevated positions and potentially-dangerous materials could put anyone’s safety at risk. Should a problem arise, you might have to tap into workers’ compensation insurance. READ MORE >>

It is no secret that prescription drug abuse is prevalent throughout the United States. Opioids, drugs used for pain management and sedation, are at the forefront of this trend. According to the CDC, doctors were three times more likely to prescribe opioids for pain in 2015 than they were in 1999. READ MORE >>

Should a hazard affect a construction job, this could pose a liability risk to the company. Liability risks arise when a business unintentionally harms a third party. Liability risks in construction could impact performance and the outcome of a project. READ MORE >>

Effective January 1, 2017 this law goes in to affect for all worker’s compensation coverage no matter your renewal date.   Prior to AB2883  officers, directors and working partners or managing members of an LLC were not required to be covered by Worker’s Compensation, no matter what percent they owned. READ MORE >>

Handyman service providers offer a faster and more precise solution for homeowners and businesses that need repairs right away. These are companies that thousands of people in any given area rely on. If you operate a handyman service, it may not be as clear just how valuable your business is, wha... READ MORE >>

Worker’s Compensation  laws are to protect people who are injured on the job, providing them with fixed monetary compensation. The “job” may be working for a business or working for a homeowner. But the laws are the same for both. READ MORE >>

Some employers  decide to make their employee’s , 1099 employees , often referred to as independent contractors.  But just because an employer 1099’s their employees so they don’t have to pay payroll taxes, the minimum wage, overtime, etc. READ MORE >>

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