In the past I have used a GC/licensed contractor for large projects. However, I have a smaller job and want to hire a “handyman” for a one or two day project. He has done good work in our neihborhood moonlighting from his regular job. He will work on weekends — and will need to use a ladder in some of the work. He says he has “supplemental insurance” and will be covered for any accident or injury. He also says he will sign a waiver to ensure we are not liable.I live in Florida. Can anyone tell me if this makes sense and/or what the waiver should say?Thanks.
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