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Asked on: 6/24/13, 10:51 am

Hello, I am considering purchasing a "California Release of Accident Claims" form from and would like to know if this is the correct form for what I need.

Here is the situation: a worker on my job-site was injured during labor(broke his nose while framing an apartment unit). We have agreed that I will pay $5,000.00 of his medical expenses, and he will pay the remainder (and that after that we will be settled). I want to make sure that, after paying, I will not be held legally accountable for any further payment (I am concerned that after paying he may try to get more money from me, or sue me). Will this form prove our agreement and absolve me of further liability?

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