Causative verbs to me are: make, let, have, help and get.
They all get a direct object and the verb after the object (if it's a full-infinitive) comes in the bare infinitive form. It's correct for all of them except "get".
For example, the structure below is not correct.
subject + get (in any tense or person) someone/something + bare infinitive
That is, get has no specific rule as in other ordinary verbs but has the meaning of causing in its causative form sentence.
Do you, too, think like above?