Is there some sort of disclaimer I can have the employees sign stating in the event of negligence he or she will be held responsible to damages caused to company vehicles?
Family Law Attorney
No. As an employer, you are responsible for the torts of your employees while in the course and scope of their employment.
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Personal Injury Lawyer
No, bump up your limits. If an employee seriously injures someone, it could bankrupt your company if you don't have enough insurance. For example, many companies with tractor-trailers have umbrella policies up to 20m.
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