What Do You Think: Did Cable Installation Turn Contractor into Employee?
Tallahassee, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – While few would argue that having a home with access to cable is more desirable than one without, does installing cable at residence count as a “substantial improvement” to a residence?
A Florida court recently had to address that question to decide whether a contractor was actually an employee for workers' compensation purposes.
An independent contractor was installing a residential cable line for a cable company when he fell from ...
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