Writing insurance for contractors who fix things, build things, and destroy things requires specialized knowledge and skills. Examine “construction defect” exposures, certificate of insurance dilemmas, and Additional Insured vs. Named Insured concerns. Discover how contractual liability coverage can vary significantly depending on which edition of the ISO Commercial General Liability (CGL) policy or Additional Insured endorsement the carrier uses. It is vital that you know how coverage is coordinated between the CGL and Business Auto Policy. Evaluate misunderstood CGL coverages such as the difference between damage to your work or products and the extent of coverage for damage arising out of the insured’s or a subcontractor’s work or products. Learn why it is important to know when an “ongoing operation” becomes a “completed operation.” Examine when an insured needs discontinued products and operations coverage.
Paul Burkett is the president and CEO of Snoaspen Insurance Group that provides risk management, training, expert witness services to agent E&O carriers. After serving as an officer in the U.S. Air Force, Paul began his insurance career with SAFECO that included loss control, sales representative, underwriting, and management responsibilities. Paul then moved to Frank B. Hall & Company as VP Risk Management Services responsible for alternative insurance programs such as pools, self-insurance, and captives. Certifications include: J.D., CIC, CRM, CPCU, ARM, ALCM
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