Do you have questions about employer liability, indemnity insurance or taxes for self-employed?
Do you have questions about employer liability, indemnity insurance, or taxes for the self-employed? A P Robinson & Co can help you to answer them.
The recent Breakingbury vs Croad court case found that the owners of dental practices could be held vicariously liable for negligent work carried out by associates, as they have a non-delegable duty of care to patients.
In this case, the associates were treated by the law essentially as employees of the practice owner, however the National Association of Specialist Dental Accountants and Lawyers (NASDAL) has confirmed that this has no effect on the self-employed tax status of associates.
This complicated case has left many in the dental profession and other industries unsure of what this means in terms of taxes and indemnity insurance. Here at A P Robinson & Co, we can help you make sense of the financial landscape surrounding these complex issues.
To find out more about this court case, check out the following article: