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the year to sue in NC (by AL [NC]) Feb 19, 2024 1:48 PM
       the year to sue in NC (by WMH [NC]) Feb 19, 2024 2:15 PM
       the year to sue in NC (by Debbie [NM]) Feb 19, 2024 5:49 PM
       the year to sue in NC (by Bonanza [NC]) Feb 19, 2024 6:44 PM
       the year to sue in NC (by 6x6 [TN]) Feb 19, 2024 9:12 PM
       the year to sue in NC (by Ray-N-Pa [PA]) Feb 20, 2024 6:56 AM
       the year to sue in NC (by Steve [MA]) Feb 20, 2024 8:27 AM

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the year to sue in NC (by AL [NC]) Posted on: Feb 19, 2024 1:48 PM
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Hi, in NC, one must go thru arbitration as initial route for suit. It's noted that the judgement is not binding unless the losing party doesn't appeal the decision. I won but have to wait 30 days to see if decision will be appealed. It's against a shady GC. I'm trying to obtain info on his general liability insurance carrier with no luck. The NC General Contractor's board doesn't this info. Where should I look? Thanks! --71.85.xxx.x




the year to sue in NC (by WMH [NC]) Posted on: Feb 19, 2024 2:15 PM
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I don't think there is anywhere you can look up someone's insurance provider, as that could change on a regular basis. Who would track that data? Impossible task.

When we hire a contractor they have their insurance provider send me a certificate of insurance via email. If you didn't get one or it's no longer valid, I have no idea where you could look. --173.28.xx.xxx




the year to sue in NC (by Debbie [NM]) Posted on: Feb 19, 2024 5:49 PM
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You can look up workers comp coverage in NC. Look up the contractor and if they carry WC, perhaps the same company carries the liability coverage. Maybe you will be lucky. --66.18.xxx.xxx




the year to sue in NC (by Bonanza [NC]) Posted on: Feb 19, 2024 6:44 PM
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Thanks Debbie! I didn't know that. Here's the link WMH

ccms.ic.nc.gov/insurancecoverage//inscov/insCoverageSearch

It is very specific so if you don't type the name correctly it doesn't show up. I tried a couple of companies I know.

I wonder how accurate it is. --65.188.xxx.xxx




the year to sue in NC (by 6x6 [TN]) Posted on: Feb 19, 2024 9:12 PM
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If you have a friend that needs to get an estimate from such a contractor, and your friend ask all contractors to provide proof of insurance, license and bonding, you may find out that way. --73.190.xxx.xxx




the year to sue in NC (by Ray-N-Pa [PA]) Posted on: Feb 20, 2024 6:56 AM
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Pa also has a 30 day period before a judgement becomes a judgement of record.

It might be in your best interest to wait that full 30 days and then have your attorney write the legal letter saying, please provide us your current insurance information. If you don't we will pursue this matter via a sheriffs sale (or your equal) --24.101.xxx.xxx




the year to sue in NC (by Steve [MA]) Posted on: Feb 20, 2024 8:27 AM
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In MA as a licensed contractor, each city or town that I apply for a permit from requires me to give them a copy of both my liability & WC coverage. The only exception is if you sign an affidavit stating that you have no employees & are not required to have WC coverage. I imagine that if your area has a similar requirement that you should be able to get the insurance info from the local building inspector's office.

--96.233.xxx.xx



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