I do work as a sole proprietor onsite computer consultant. I do not carry any kind of personal injury liability insurance on myself. Is there a standard waiver I can sign and give to my clients so they are aware of this?
1 Answer from Attorneys
You can certainly get a waiver that informs your clients that you have no personal injury liability insurance. Howerver, there is no standard form. Also, please be aware that just because you inform your clients that you have no insurance, that does not mean that you cannot be sued by your clients for any damages. A sole proprietor without insurance leaves himself wholly unprotected. Any lawsuits could mean that your personal home, car, bank accounts and other assets would be subject to be taken in a lawsuit.
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