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- From: "Robert Freeman" <robert.freeman(--nospam--at)idsse.com>
- Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2006 11:17:54 -0800
Bill and Nels:
Wow. I enjoy reading your posts to this list.
May I add a thought?
Liability insurance is also a huge issue on this topic. When a licensed professional (insured) is working with an unlicensed consultant (uninsured) there is also a huge liability insurance issue. I think the issue with the state board could be minor in comparison.
As you know, in a loss situation, the uninsured, unlicensed consultant basically is ignored, and the insured, licensed professional usually becomes the sole target for someone who may have a claim. This type of project is worthy of declining (before getting started).
With Joy and Hope,
Bob Freeman, Architect, Structural Designer
Integrated Design Services, Inc.
(949) 387-8500 x115
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