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If you are concerned then you need to contact your state licensing folks. Or if you can find and attorney well versed in construction law ask them. Not some guy doing trusts and wills.

I walked off a job where the owner of the electrical company wanted me to put a plastic box in a 14 foot ceiling where the dinning room chandelier would go. Open house with the table full of food, no one sitting there the $5 grand chandelier fell. Some how the owners both attorneys found me and paid me for my time to be an expert witness. When the contractor sued me for slander the same husband and wife defended me for nothing.

My state sort of works under the principal of "if you know it is wrong then you share in the liability". That is my understanding, I do not know the legal description.
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