Collecting Certificates of Insurance from Subcontractors

Doing so the proper way prevents future headaches Are you collecting certificates of insurance from your subs and then filing them away, never to be seen again?  It’s important to know there is a proper way to go about collectingRead The Full Article »

How to Properly Deduct from Uninsured Subcontractors

Making deductions can be complicated and one mistake can be costly. Doing things right from the get go is the key when making deductions or withholdings from uninsured subcontractors. I can’t stress enough the importance of this function as oneRead The Full Article »

Unsigned Certificate of Insurance

Validity requires signature The South Carolina Supreme Court ruled in Barton v. Higgs that an unsigned certificate of insurance evidencing Workers’ Compensation is not valid unless it is dated, signed, and issued by an authorized representative of the insurance carrier.Read The Full Article »