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California Auto Repair Shop Failed To Have Workers’ Comp For Employees

Posted on 13 February 2012 by admin

WorkersCompensation.com

 

Santa Cruz, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) – Santa Cruz County District Attorney Bob Lee announced that DA Inspectors issued citations to L&M Auto Repair business at 27 First Street in Watsonville on Thursday 2/9/12. The citations were for failing to have a proper license from the California State Bureau of Auto Repair and Failure to have required Workers Compensation Insurance coverage for employees.

The District Attorney Investigations Bureau conducts ongoing enforcement of businesses failing to have required Workers Compensation Insurance coverage on employees. Businesses who do not carry the insurance can undercut prices of the legitimate businesses because they have less overhead. Enforcement and compliance provides a level playing field for all businesses.

Workers Compensation Insurance is required by state law for businesses who have employees.

Proof of coverage must be posted at the place of business. Workers Compensation Insurance not only provides help to injured workers, it protects businesses from certain liability.

http://www.workerscompensation.com/compnewsnetwork/news/ca-auto-repair-shop-workers-comp.html

 

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