2-Minute Crash Course: How to Set Customer Expectations in COVID Cleanup Contracts
1 Minute Tip on Mechanic’s Liens
New Mechanic’s Lien Laws
Maximizing Your Collections
Restorer Defeats State Farm
These are unprecedented times as the world hasn’t seen a pandemic in decades. Our industry is looking for some clarity as we work collectively to fight the spread of COVID-19. Watch this discussion hosted by Encircle as panelists Kris Rzesnoski, Ed Cross, Norris Gearhart, and, Michael Pinto take a closer view of the challenges of the workflow restorers may encounter. Watch.
Listen to the IAQRadio episode of July 23, 2010, featuring a discussion of recent legal developments in the restoration industry, hosted by Cliff Zlotnik and Joe Hughes.
Guides & References
- The Lead Safe Certified Guide to Renovate Right
- July 2010 Amendment to Lead Renovation Rule
- EPA Lead, Renovation, Repair and Painting Program
- EPA Small Business Compliance Guide for Lead-Based Paint Program
The legal process can be bewildering. This is sometimes because the attorneys fail to educate their clients about the nature of the legal system, and why things happen the way they do. Cross & Associates goes to great lengths to educate its clients in the legal process. Read more.
- How to Set Customer Expectations in a COVID Cleanup Contract
- The Restoration Survivor: Seven Things You Must Know to Survive in Today’s Legal Environment
- Turning the Tables on Mortgage Companies
- A Look at Restoration Industry Trends
Important Statutes that Apply to Restoration Contractors
- Selected California Home Improvement Statutes
- “Home Improvement” Means More Than Just Construction (BPC 7151)
- Restoration of Residential Premises is “Home Improvement” (CC 1689.5)
- Home Improvement Contract Requirements (BPC 7159)
- More Home Improvement Contract Requirements: Costs & Charges; Effect of Noncompliance; Penalties (BPC 7159.5)
- Change Orders for Home Improvement (BPC 7159.6)
- 3-Day Right to Cancel Home Improvement Contracts (CC 1689.6)
- Home Improvement Contracts Not Solicited by the Buyer are Void after a Disaster (CC 1689.14)
- Insurance Benefits May or May not be Assignable [FL 627.422]
- Florida Law on Assignment Agreements [FL 627.422]
- Florida Policies Restricting Assignment of Insurance Benefits [FL 627.7153]
- Del Monte Case Does Not Preclude Assignment of Claims (American Automobile)
- U.S. District Court in Hawaii Refuses to Enforce “No Assignment” Provision (Standard Mutual)
For help with your contracts, we offer services in Contract Drafting & Review, Risk Management and Problem-Solving.