When it comes to commercial contractor work, an important element of success is to learn how to prioritize your jobs. If you can successfully handle multiple jobs and organize them proficiently, you’ll make your clients happy and improve your bottom-line, along with your reputation. Read more.
Scenario: John shows up to work one morning at a construction site and the first thing he does is trip over an extension cord. He hits his head on a concrete floor. He must go to the hospital for stitches, possibly sustains a concussion and might be held overnight for observation for lasting or permanent brain damage.
If John works for a subcontractor, who is liable: the subcontractor, the primary contractor, or the company employed to fix a hole in the wall? Chances are, each of them will be sued. All of them may very well have to pay damages. Read more.