Protect Your Investments! Advice from Roofing Lawyers
Charlie Fowler (678)368-1555
Any small business should have an attorney on retainer, especially roofers. Imagine gaining back control of your business and having the confidence to work with homeowners and insurance companies without worrying.
Having a roofing attorney on retainer means always having someone in your corner to double check you. Questions about contracts or employees come up often. Don’t risk it all on Googling legal questions. Retain your OWN roofing lawyer and protect yourself.
What is an Assignment of Benefits?
In this video, an attorney explains what an Assignment of Benefits means. Simply put, it is an arrangement allowing one party to have another act on behalf of their benefit allocation. It is often used in medical practice, however, what if a roofing company could do the same?
What if Assignment of Benefits is in Your Contract?
Joe Mallon with American Roof Expert explains how to take advantage of Assignment of Benefits in your own company.
Overhead and Profit (Something else to ask the Lawyers)
The elusive contractor’s fees that insurance companies don’t want to pay. An attorney talks about real cases where overhead and profit was ordered in the contractor’s favor.
Noncompetes ~ New hire packets ~ Lawyer Retainers
Discrepancies with homeowners or insurance companies? Having a lawyer on retainer changes the game for roofing companies and allows them to protect themselves.
Signed a non compete with another roofing company? Have a lawyer sift through and help you sever ties without losing your chance at a better job.
Joe Mallon explains why it is absolutely essential to have a roofing attorney on retainer. Don’t let anyone keep your thumb on you.
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