Legal Question in Employment Law in California

Are independent contractors liable for accidents in company car

I am currently working for a company teaching Bikram Yoga. The company provides housing and a car. I was on company business, on my way to purchase a new battery for one of the company cars, and I got in a car accident in the car while running this errand. Am I liable to pay the insurance deductible? Am I still considered an independent contractor while on business for the company other than that which I am contreacted to do (which is teaching yoga, not running errands for the owner)?

Asked on 12/23/05, 12:15 am

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H.M. Torrey The Law Offices of H.M. Torrey
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Answered on 1/09/06, 11:20 pm

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