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As of October 1, 2001 all California Contractors are legally required to disclose to homeowners, in writing, whether or not they carry General Liability Insurance. If the contractor does carry General Liability Coverage he is then required to provide the name and phone number of his insurance company to the homeowner. Any time you, the contractor, do a job for someone there is a chance that you could be sued, whether you are legally liable or not. A General Liability Policy typically obligates the insurance company to defend the insured against all allegations that, if true, would be covered by the policy. The policy also obligates the insurance company to pay damages, up to the policy limit, for which the insured is legally liable

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