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Subject:Re: Liability Insurance for Cont From:Karen Kay <karenk -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 5 Dec 1994 17:04:44 -0800
Kevin S. Wilson said:
> Cut off my legs and call me Shorty, but I don't understand how such coverage
> would work. It sounds as if you're asking about errors-and-ommissions
> insurance, or the tech-writing equivalent of malpractice insurance (Heaven
> My guess is that the contract was written from boilerplate designed for folks
> who build stuff like bridges, roads, microwave ovens, and
Actually, if you read alt.computer.consultants, you'd find that a lot
of programmers have liability insurance also. It's constantly being
discussed. I don't know about the situation for writers--I've decided
to do without for the moment, in any case.