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Old 04-03-2017, 09:43 PM   #1
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This is the highest code I have which is for Carpentry construction of a dwelling not more than 3 stories.
I am sure most guys here would have this code also, I am curious to see what your rate is as I think may rate is to high, but have nothing to compare it to it may be right at 31.50/100
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This is the highest code I have which is for Carpentry construction of a dwelling not more than 3 stories.
I am sure most guys here would have this code also, I am curious to see what your rate is as I think may rate is to high, but have nothing to compare it to it may be right at 31.50/100
That's crazy high! I don't pay that for work above 3 stories..wtf

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We pay roughly 19% and I recently had an employee injury so it is not optional

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Mine is around 13%
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$8.11/100 here, $37/100 for roofing here. I'm in MA, your rate is crazy.
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It don't matter ! If you fall and get hurt? They ain't gonna pay you unless you have a really good lawyer !
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It don't matter ! If you fall and get hurt? They ain't gonna pay you unless you have a really good lawyer !


I've had to use comp for a guy once in 24 years. Took a header off the roof. Covered all hospital bills and even paid him for a year. Worst day of my life. Comp company was great to deal with. Especially since they saved my ass.


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I've had 2 claims in 20 years. All medical bills and employees' compensation were paid without issue. No lawyers needed.

If I didn't have worker's comp, I can assure you that there would have been lawyers involved.

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