Many home inspectors are SHOCKED to hear that their corporate entities (sub-chapter S or limited liability corporations) do not insulate them from personal liability for doing a negligent home inspection.
These home inspectors say that their attorneys told them about this protection when they formed their corporations. It’s simply not true.
When can a disgruntled client come after the corporation for restitution? When IS the corporation sheltered against charges? I go through the initial myth and more in this week’s video blog.