Liability Insurance

Does contractor general liability insurance protect the contractor from law suits filed against him ?

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2009-02-27 21:17:12
2009-02-27 21:17:12

depending if your a corp. and what type s-corp,LLC.etc..

No they can still file suits against you but it can help with lawyers and payments.

No it does not.

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