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If an employee is conducting business for the company and is

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If an employee is conducting business for the company and is reimbursed a company approved amount for mileage, and the employee has a car accident, is the company liable for the employee's deductible on their personal car insursance?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Business Law
Expert:  Law Pro replied 6 years ago.

Law Pro :

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Law Pro :

No. Not at all. To the contrary, regardless that they are paying mileage to the employee - that's all they are responsible for. The employee is responsible for the insurance and all maintenance and repairs.

Customer:

Thanks very much for your help, this has never come up before, and we did not think we should be responsible for the employees actions or insurance deductible.

Law Pro :

Oh, so your the employer? I thought I was talking to the employee and thought that they weren't going to like my answer so didn't expect to get a response nor an "accept" fo

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