Named Insured

Separation of Insured Clause Strikes Again to Deny Coverage

A very recent blog discussed the effect of a separation of insured clause, on the scope of general liability coverage for an additional insured, when a personal injury claim is pursued by an injured worker. A federal court judge has just reached the… Read More
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Owner’s Property Insurer Could Pursue GC and Sub for Repayment

A waiver of subrogation clause is common in construction contracts, relative to property or builder’s risk insurance. It is not just a risk allocation tool, but an insurance risk allocation tool. When there is no waiver of subrogation, does other l… Read More
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Additional Insured Status Can Arise Indirectly by Lease (or other Written Contract)

Decisions in two separate courts have come to the same conclusion: additional insured status can be conferred via (1) a contract – which was a lease, in each of these cases – requiring Party A to be designated as an additional insured on Party B… Read More
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