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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by DAZ982500, May 7, 2005.
I am part time, have insurance, and I am incorporated. I keep my business strictly separate, and follow all rules and regs for my corporation (It just does not exists on paper). I am more protected than alot that do this full time and think that they are protected because they are incorporated. I would like to hear one of the full timers who's veil was pierced on their corporate identity...but you probably wont because their insurance payoff was maxed out and they still had to claim bankrupcy, and don't have a computer to access Lawnsite on! Not all part timers are scrubs!
This is why I get so pissed when stupid women with babies in baby carriages come walking right through the middle of my work area with no concern whatsoever. One rock, one stick, bottle cap, etc caught by the mower at that kid and I'm looking at manslaughter charges. Use your ******* brain, for God's sake! Man that pisses me off. Damned idiots!
5 FEET ?????????? thats all