The new Delaware Work Comp reform, has a strong section regarding independent contractors and workmans compensation. All independent contractors will need a comp policy for any "helpers" (ie employees) that they bring on the job site. Also if an injury occurs and there is no work comp in place the independent contractor will be fully responsible for the injury and will not be allowed to go to the general contractors work comp policy for a remedy. This is a big change from the past. If you are a independent subcontractor , we highly advise getting a work comp policy in place. Gone are the days where a subcontractor brings other "helpers" on the job and calls them subs too. K
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