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My son started working for a company a few months ago self employed. He's had no training in doing his job and after an accident of flooding a customers hallway. His boss is now stopping a whole months wages. This apparently is to make sure he pays for the damage. He has public liability insurance and is going to go down this route. He isn't disputing the flooding accident. Surely this is illegal ?

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Part of being self employed is that your son should be responsible for any mistakes that he makes because he is supposed to be in trade on his own behalf. That is why he has the public liability insurance in place.

 

Normally, you son would, at his own time and cost, deal with the repairs himself.

 

I do not like the way the main contractor has gone about it, but I would call it illegal.

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