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Keener Insurance Solutions LLC

W175N11081 Stonewood Dr, Ste 105

Germantown, WI 53022                                             FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ATTN: Michael Keener

Phone 262-293-9144

www.keenerinsurancesolutions.com

 

 

Homeowner Liability When Hiring Contractors Or Other Help

 

 

 

ORCHARD, Wisconsin (July 1, 2015)    Anyone you hire to help around your house, such

 

as the neighbor boy who mows your lawn, a babysitter, a contractor or other outside services,

 

opens you up to potential legal headaches.  If anyone is injured while performing work on your

 

property, you may be financially liable for the person’s injuries and disabilities.

 

 

            “Many homeowners assume that their homeowners insurance policy will protect them

 

If someone is injured on their property,” says Johnny Appleseed, President of

 

the Appleseed Insurance Agency.  “That is not necessarily true.  Contractors such as builders

 

or landscapers should be covered by their own workers’ compensation, health or disability

 

insurance.  However, if they do not have coverage, you could be held liable.  That’s why it’s

 

important to thoroughly check out any contractor you have working on your property.”

 

 

            “Some homeowners policies may provide limited coverage for the minors that mow the

 

 lawn and even domestic workers like maids, nannies or cleaners.  If yours does not, it might be

 

a good idea to purchase an umbrella liability policy to supplement your homeowners liability

 

insurance.  Discuss your policy and your needs with your professional independent agent to

 

determine whether or not you are adequately covered.”

 

 

            For more information contact Keener Insurance Solutions.  Keener Insurance Solutions  

 

is a member of the Professional Insurance Agents of Wisconsin.

 

 

Posted 3:14 PM

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