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We've applied to a company that has asked for either a copy of our WC policy or exemption form. We have no employees right now, so aren't required to carry WC, but our state does not use/acknowledge exemption forms. Has anyone run into this situation and if so, how was it resolved? If our choices are buying the coverage or not working with this company, we'll pass on the company. Our bottom line is not such that we can afford another monthly payment right now.

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We've applied to a company that has asked for either a copy of our WC policy or exemption form. We have no employees right now, so aren't required to carry WC, but our state does not use/acknowledge exemption forms. Has anyone run into this situation and if so, how was it resolved? If our choices are buying the coverage or not working with this company, we'll pass on the company. Our bottom line is not such that we can afford another monthly payment right now.

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I'm familiar with the requirements in SC, but was more wondering about what the company we've applied with would do without us having the coverage or being able to provide a state exemption form since SC doesn't do the exemption forms.
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I'm familiar with the requirements in SC, but was more wondering about what the company we've applied with would do without us having the coverage or being able to provide a state exemption form since SC doesn't do the exemption forms.
I only work for nationals and when they ask for the WC exemption I send them this form and a link to the web side,i have 3 girls that run my office that are full time so i fall under the exemption.All the other are contractors that are 1099.

I'm not sure how regionals would handle this tho.I know no one can force you to get if your state exempts you from having it as long as your fallowing the law.
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I only work for nationals and when they ask for the WC exemption I send them this form and a link to the web side,i have 3 girls that run my office that are full time so i fall under the exemption.All the other are contractors that are 1099.

I'm not sure how regionals would handle this tho.I know no one can force you to get if your state exempts you from having it as long as your fallowing the law.
Turns out they just want us to sign a waiver that we realize they are not providing WC for us.

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Turns out they just want us to sign a waiver that we realize they are not providing WC for us.

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Wouldn't that have been kind of them if they'd had just been upfront with you instead of wasting your time looking for an answer that was just that simple?

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Zeus, I am retired military, and started my own construction company. Is there any possible way that you could introduce me to the process of how to contact the nationals? I am in western Kentucky.
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Zeus, I am retired military, and started my own construction company. Is there any possible way that you could introduce me to the process of how to contact the nationals? I am in western Kentucky.
Your best bet is to find the names of the nationals and google them. I would suggest National Field Reps (NFR), if you have any background with preservation. If you are completely new to the game, I would honestly suggest going through a regional to start off for a few months to get the hang of everything, and then go for the national when you feel confident that you aren't going to have any issues.
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Your best bet is to find the names of the nationals and google them. I would suggest National Field Reps (NFR), if you have any background with preservation. If you are completely new to the game, I would honestly suggest going through a regional to start off for a few months to get the hang of everything, and then go for the national when you feel confident that you aren't going to have any issues.
Yes NFR would be the best stating point after a regional like.

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If so, is Nick's real name Nick? lol!

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