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Question DetailsAsked on 10/10/2014

How do I check to find out whether a tree service is insured and/or bonded?

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They might or might not say on their AL profile page, website, or yellow pages ad - but regardless, and even if required by law for that trade, you should get a copy of their certificate of insurance (or bonding) from them before committing to the job - AND if not specifically issued by the carrier just then for your use, call the insurance/bonding company to be sure it is still in effect. And do NOT accept a copy of the billing invoice statement - which show insuraqnce coverages but does not prove it was actually paid and is in effect.

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