From independent operators to large-scale snow plowing companies, snow and ice management has become big business in the United States. In part because of the associated liability for snow and ice accidents.
Private, commercial, and municipal property owners are looking to mitigate risks and reduce liability by hiring outside contractors to remove snow and ice. However, unwitting operators may be assuming far more risk than they can handle if they are not aware of the associated liability of accepting responsibility for snow and ice removal.
From corporate formation (sole proprietor, partnership, corporation, LLC), to your choice of equipment and supplies, the depth of knowledge and experience at Allin / Rose can quickly pay for itself in cost savings and reduced lability.
Installing a plow on the front of your truck and handing out business cards is a recipe for disaster when it comes to starting a business.
Reducing your risks in the event of property damage or a serious injury accident is best done before starting your business. At Allin / Rose, we can help you form your business in a way that reduces your business and personal exposure in the event of a serious incident. Without such planning, you could easily lose everything you own in the wake of a serious injury or property damage claim.
In many cases, a limited liability corporation will be the best choice. This can protect personal and business assets while limiting a third-party’s ability to press a claim against you or your business.
Here are just a few of the issues you should have a comprehensive understanding about:
A quick review of this short list illustrates how vital it can be to consult an industry expert when planning or operating a snow removal business. At Allin / Rose Consulting, Inc., we believe our knowledge and experience pays for itself.