In the fifth episode of the Quit Getting Screwed podcast, Insurance specialist Warren Spiwak joins Karalynn to break down and hash out the complexities of Construction Insurance.
Your business needs income to survive—and knowing how to collect money you’re owed is essential for the health of your business. Creating and implementing a collection strategy before collections become an issue is essential to ensuring everyone who depends on you is taken care of.
In The Quit Getting Screwed Podcast’s fourth episode, Karalynn is joined by fellow construction attorney and podcast host Jason Lambert to delve into the muddy waters of construction litigation.
Not understanding a contract that you sign is extremely dangerous. A legal land mine awaits you if you sign a contract without reading and understanding what you are signing. The best way to prevent a lawsuit is to understand all the terms of your contract—in plain language.
Hiring people in the construction industry and classifying them incorrectly can become a major employee legal land mine that can blow up your construction business. It does not matter what you call them or what they call themselves; what matters is what the law calls them based on what they do for you.
Do you think your company could survive a legal land mine? What are your company’s pain points? Where are you struggling? Get a plan together to make your company land mine-proof. Be proactive and think preventatively—your company depends on it!
In this blog, we’ll discuss why it’s important to have preventative measures to protect your business such as a written safety plan and how you can reduce your liability.
You recently had an OSHA inspection and received a citation; what do you do next? First thing: don’t panic. This blog covers what to do if you receive an OSHA citation.
OSHA likes to do unannounced inspections to make sure every workplace is following all the rules to provide a safe and healthy environment. Are you properly prepared for an unexpected drop-in at your job site? What exactly does an OSHA inspection entail?
This is a recap of the Quit Getting Screwed podcast Episode 3, “The 411 on Bonds & Surety.” Karalynn Cromeens and Drew Addison discuss what bonds and surety are and how they benefit contractors.
Working in the construction industry, you should have two COVID-19 safety plans. This includes one for your employees in the office, and one for your employees and/or subcontractors in the field.
When you file a lien or threaten to file a lien, it is not uncommon for issues you have never heard of to arise. In this blog, we will go over the most common defenses to contractor liens and how to prepare for them while you are on the project.