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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    The character that said that was an anarchist, correct? Dick the 'Butcher.'
    It is actually viewed as a compliment to lawyers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Common View Post
    Yesterday, my landscaper and his helper was mowing, trimming and weeding. I was outside and I was looking at his helper, he was using a serated bladed edge trimmer in a very dangerous way. He was walking beside it and pushing it one handed, instead of being behind it using two hands, there are two hand handles on the back of it.


    Before I could get the attention of his boss who was on a mower he slices off two of his toes right through his boots. I run over to him blood is everywhere, I had my phone called 911 and considered putting a tourniquet on him and decided to have him put pressure with a towel until they come. Finally his boss sees something going on and comes over.

    First thing he says is omg im out of business, I looked up at him and thought WTF.

    Later after his helper is enroute to hosp, he tells me he has no insurance anymore. I said what?? he had shown me his license and insurance disclosure when I hired him, but he let it lapse a year ago. He said if he sues me im done. I said not only done but you will pay his medical bills.

    Then he says, hes 28 and he smokes weed all day long every day and his brain is sizzled, I asked what the hell did you hire him, he says to do him a favor he lives down the block from me.

    Anyway ill wait a couple of days and call him and tell him not to bother coming back im getting someone else.
    Insurance or no he should be worker's comp. I once ran a weed whacker with a skill saw blade for about 5 minutes. What a stupid invention!

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    This is why I have an umbrella insurance policy. It covers liability above what all of your other insurance policies cover (auto, house, etc). And it isn't very expensive for $1M coverage. I believe I pay less than $200 a year for it.
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