Sounds like alotoffuctup would be a better user name for you. This, you have accomplished
You write very well. You made your point about calling names. I stand corrected it was childish and I acted out of line. I hope you will forgive me for my unprovoked attitude.Your original question at the top of the thread was what you should do to protect your company. To protect your company you carry insurance. Several people have asked about insurance and you said nothing. I asked you directly if you had insurance… now you’re calling people names like a child.
So here’s one more lame answer for you. If you’re working on a trailer and it catches fire TWICE nobody on the Internet can help you. Call your insurance company. Your policy includes coverage for attorneys and investigators and they are the professionals that will tell you what to do.
Even if you are a licensed general contractor, in many places you still can’t do electrical work but you’ve admitted doing it without telling us that you are a license and insured electrical contractor. But don’t worry, your insurance company may still cover you. Check your policy for coverage against negligence.
Or you can keep clogging up all the construction forms on the Internet thinking someone has an easy magic answer for you that won’t require any work on your part.
your assumption of my reasons for reaching out on this forum are incorrect. I was lookin for some advice.