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    Posted: 04/July/2004 at 8:43pm
 Could someone please e-mail me a copy of  a liability waiver. My customer would prefer to leave a gas fireplace in instead of removeing it & the contaminated gyproc from behind the fireplace.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote doug Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/July/2004 at 9:06pm
Harvey:  Is this an insurance claim.  A typed waiver does not mean much as the old "I thought I hired a compentent contractor" comes back to haunt you.  One way or another the fireplace has to come out.  Sometimes you either have to get your way or the highway.  If you can't do the job you can't do the job.  I have run into this several times. The fireplace is installed after the room is finished over carpet the whole nine yards.  BUT before I leave the fireplace either goes or I do!!!!!!!!!!  Do you have the Water Damage Standards?  Again is this a claim or private work?  The job must be done to the same standards regardless.  Sorry if I rained on your parade.Guitar
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  Doug, yes this is a insurance claim & yes I do have the S500. If the customer does not want to take out the fireplace I do believe I should walk away from the claim as well. I am just concerned about my time that i have invested in the job so far, as all the rest of the walls have been opened up & cleaned, as well as the contents, etc.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote doug Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/July/2004 at 10:31pm
Harvey:  Have you explained this to the adjuster?  If he agrees with the homeowner than you say you would like him to except all responsibility regarding the claim and you would like his signature to verify he is excepting the libablitiy regarding the claim. If he disagrees with that than you go to the home owner present him with a direction of payment for your services to date thank him get his singnature present your bill to the adjuster and explain you can go no further. Did you do a scope before you started and get an authorization to complete the emergency services including the demolition?  The situation regarding the fireplace should have been brought at the beginning of the job.Guitar
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