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ledfut
04-28-2008, 05:40 PM
Ive search, so please dont go there.

Im looking for waivers. I will be hiring some helpers from another landscaping company, and they dont have insurance or they are not bonded.

long story short, we will be working in residential neighborhoods and a few client want them(us too) to sign a waiver saying if they should get hurt, the client is not responsible....yada yada yada.

any body have a professial looking waiver?

Steve
04-29-2008, 04:46 AM
Hi Jesse,

Well here is something that you might be able to use. Maybe you could edit it for your own purposes and see if this resolves the issue.

Will it hold up in court?

I have no idea.

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INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR

RELEASE, WAIVER OF LIABILITY

AND

COVENANT NOT TO SUE

I fully understand that I have agreed to provide services, as an independent contractor, for Your Lawn Company. As an independent contractor, I understand that I am responsible for all related income/self-employment taxes for fees received from the Your Lawn Company for services provided. In addition, I acknowledge that I am solely responsible for any medical or other costs arising out of any bodily injury or property damage sustained while providing services as an independent contractor. I certify that I have adequate insurance coverage, including health and accident, for any injuries I may sustain while providing said services.

I further covenant and agree that I will not sue Your Lawn Company, its officers, agents, or employees for any claim for damages, for bodily injury or other, arising while performing services for Your Lawn Company as an independent contractor.

I understand that this release, waiver of liability, and covenant not to sue shall remain in effect until such time as I inform Your Lawn Company, in writing, of my desire for revocation.
I certify that I am years of age and suffering under no legal

disabilities and that I have read the above carefully before signing.
This day of ,20






Signature of Supervisor Signature of Independent Contractor



Does this help at all?