Ensure Effective Transfer of Risk in Construction Agreements
Additional insured status and acquiring insurance coverage for contractual indemnifications are key methods of risk transfer in construction agreements. Understanding these two mechanisms and how they interplay is crucial to avoiding coverage issues in the event of a loss. In this program, seasoned faculty will clarify additional insured coverage and indemnification provisions - and teach you best practices for ensuring coverage. Build your knowledge - register today!
- Examine what additional insured endorsements under CGL policies do and do not cover.
- Understand the interplay of contractual indemnity and additional insured insurance coverage.
- Find out how to maximize coverage and remove risk of eliminated coverage for additional insureds.
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm Eastern Standard Time
Presenter: John A. Snow
- Additional Insured Coverage on CGL Policies: What is and Isn't Covered
- Additional Insured Endorsement Forms - Variations
- ISO AI Language: What it Says and What it Actually Means
- Impact of Changes to ISO's Additional Insured Endorsement Forms
- Limits to Additional Insured Coverage
- Additional Insured Coverage and Contractual Indemnity
- Indemnity and AI Provisions in Construction Contracts
- Contractual Indemnity Provisions vs. Anti-Indemnity Statutes
- Mitigating Risk of Limited or Eliminated Coverage: Best Practices for Additional Insureds
- Sample Construction Contract Provisions
This program is designed for attorneys. Constructional professionals, insurance professionals and paralegals may also benefit.