Construction Subcontracts 101

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As a subcontractor, you probably review A LOT of construction contracts handed to you by general contractors.  Here are a few tips for your next contract review. Bare Necessities.  If a general contractor hands you a 30-page contract to sign, you can bet that it’s not full of provisions to protect your interests as a Read More

Do Freight Brokers Have to Pay Workers’ Compensation to Non-Employees?

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Freight brokers, like any other employer, are generally only liable for their own employees for workers’ compensation purposes. However, what if a freight broker contracts with a motor carrier to transport goods, the motor carrier does not carry workers’ compensation insurance, and the motor carrier’s driver is injured on the job? Can the freight broker Read More