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Re: one-off insurance?

Subject: Re: one-off insurance?
From: benfuest
Date: Sep 02 2006 00:23:57
Andrew
I could not agree more. But the red tape and the hoops are well and truly in place now.
Ben
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Sent: Friday, September 01, 2006 9:12 PM
Subject: Re: one-off insurance?



Just imagine.....there are thousands of qualified and well experienced arbs out there who work every week for reputable tree care firms. The opportunity
does arise to do the occasional private job, to boost the kids college
fund...or  just to pay the rent this month.

one off insurance would fit the bill very nicely...
The temptation to "join the pikey brigade" is more likely when one off
insurance is not available.

So the question remains....does anyone do one-off insurance or are we all
condemned to the choose between poverty or pikeyhood.

Andrew


In a message dated 01/09/2006 09:37:59 GMT Daylight Time,
rej.davidson@xxxxxxx.net writes:

Jim,  imagine............... a mature Arb student, who has completed the
relevant  CS units and is competent and fairly experienced, but cannot yet
afford a rolling insurance premium when all he is doing is trying to earn an extra bit of cash to get him through college. All he wants to do is provide whatever practical service he can (i.e fell the odd dead tree), safely and backed by an insurance policy for the job. Consultancy is not an issue until
he is professionally qualified. Quite rightly and quite  responsibly he is
not prepared to join the 'Pikey' brigade.
I'll let him  know your view though.
regards
rd






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