Easy. You require that any Sub provide proof of WC insurance BEFORE you agree to do business with them and keep a copy on file. This does not mean that you MAY be on the hook if the Sub's WC coverage lapses and someone is injured. It's the best you can do.
I bought a brand new 10x12 prebuilt shed delivered to my property that leaked from day one. After a few half hearted attempts to fix it among several non returned calls and no shows the owner of the company said he would take it back and refund my money. That was 2 months ago every time I call him... Read more »
You are likely entitled to a remedy, but the best course of action is dependent on specific facts that are not provided here, such as the location of the apartment, and whether or not it is subject to the RLTO.
In any event, I recommend organizing everything in your possession relevant to...Read more »
We hired a contractor almost 2 years ago to do work within our home, they did the work and within 3 months the same issues came back. We’ve reached out and they do patches, we’ve requested a refund and they said they’d send someone out to do the work. They’re no longer responding to our... Read more »
Your legal rights are dependent on specific facts that are not provided here, such as the precise terms of the contract and the nature of the issues you are having with your home. That being the case, I recommend you organize everything in your possession related to this matter, including the...Read more »
Construction loans are designed to be short term, only for the duration of the construction project. The loan funds are usually disbursed in installments as the project progresses. There is typically a construction escrow set up at a title company which disburses the funds to contractors and...Read more »
I do not practice in Illinois, but your question hasn’t been picked up in four weeks. Based on the limited facts here, an attorney would have more questions. Here are just a few: In what capacity was the person on the site? What was she or he doing that resulted in the injury? What actions, if...Read more »
The contractor verbally promised a 10% discount and build date within 60-90 days if I signed a contract and provided down payment that day. I agreed and signed a contract. The contract did not list the build date. After multiple calls and text messages over the course of 8 months (the contractor... Read more »
You have a couple of options, but the best option is dependent on specific facts that are not provided here, such as the terms of the contract, and details about the contractor's company. That being the case, I recommend you organize everything in your possession regarding this message,...Read more »
My wife has been having an extramarital affair with a coworker turned friend who is a lesbian for over a year I just found out. The individual had a partner whom works with them. She is still friends with the individual, but has returned to her husband. Meanwhile, this lesbian friend set her sites... Read more »
Your options are dependent on specific facts that are not provided here, such as the terms of the contract with your GC and the representations your GC made regarding obtaining the requisite permits. That being the case, I recommend organizing everything in your possession regarding this matter,...Read more »
It depends on specific facts that are not provided here. Assuming you are a homeowner who hired the contractor suing the subcontractor, you will more than likely be called as a witness for depositions and/or trial.
Yes, they are, but the specific requirements depend on specific facts that are not provided here, such as the location and nature of the work being performed. That being the case, I recommend organizing the contract and anything else you believe is relevant to this matter, and consulting with an...Read more »
Had a new roof installed last October, since January, we have had to place numerous bowls around the house due to leaking. The roofing company has come out several times with no satisfying results for the problem, We have provided him with video and photos of the leaking and his last response via... Read more »
The contractor has a responsibility to correct any defects in the instillation. If you provide the contractor with notice and a commercially reasonable time to cure and the contractor fails to do so, you can have the work done by a different contractor. You then have a claim against the original...Read more »
The answer to your question depends on a number of factors that are not provided here, such as the terms of your contract, the location of the work, and the type of work performed. If the bill is significantly higher than the initial quote, it is likely in your best interest to consult with an...Read more »
Our house is older on a main street in town. The person called and asked if they can come in and track a water line we said sure they drilled small hole and filled, but today they came out after me and wife left for work no warning and completely tore up 3/4 of our driveway as well as messed up... Read more »
Gas still is off, yard was dug up for months, itemized bill was 2,666 in labor alone and the day they came out for the initial quote was 337.00 dollars. Hours are wrong for labor, electricians did not call before they dug and hit line, they have electricians doing labor work and charging me 112.00... Read more »
I would recommend organizing all information that is relevant to this situation, including pictures and communications with the contractor, and consulting with an attorney individually. A knowledgeable attorney will review the details surrounding this situation, and will advise you as to your...Read more »
You can certainly sue both of them, but your chances of winning and recovering is a different story. I would recommend organizing all information related to this situation, and consulting with an attorney individually. Your chances of prevailing and recovering in a lawsuit will be substantially...Read more »
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