Contracted Company's Mistake Could Be Your Financial Burden

Starks, Jim
June 2013
Funeral Home & Cemetery News;Jun2013, pA18
Trade Publication
The article presents ways of protecting business firms from any risk and liability exposed in a funeral home or cemetery contracts with a third-party provider by taking extra precautions like requesting an ACORD certificates of insurance.


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