Will insurance cover the contractor's liability when an unlocked door resulted in fire at the premises?
August 29, 2022 at 05:00 AM
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A Florida contractor is hired by a property owner to renovate an investment property (house). The property owner lives in NY and the property is in Florida. The house has been unoccupied before and during the renovations. The contractor is the only person that had a key to the property.
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