When you arrange for your clients to hire an environmental consultant, whether to conduct a Phase I audit or undertake a complex cleanup, you need to do more than just agree to the scope of work and cost. In approving a consultant’s proposal you must also approve their professional services agreement. This agreement is a contract, and like all contracts, you need to review it carefully to make sure it fully protects your client. One important element in the agreement is the liability provision addressing the consultant’s potential negligence. Specifically, does the liability provision properly protect your client?
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