by | Laws & Regulations |

Abraham Lincoln, our country’s famous homespun philosopher, lawyer and President, once wrote, “Discourage litigation.  Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can.  As a peacemaker, the lawyer has superior opportunity of being a good man.  There will still be business enough.”  These may seem like unexpected words coming from someone paid to initiate lawsuits, but... Read more »

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by | General Liability |

 If you’re a logger and the fire is your fault, are you out of business? It’s a windy day in late fall.  The woods are dry.  Your fellerbuncher is operating deep in a stand of trees.  A pinhole leak erupts in a hydraulic hose and sprays fluid inside the engine compartment.  In seconds, the machine... Read more »

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by | General Liability |

Part II – Additional Insured Endorsements: Ongoing Operations, Completed Operations and Musical Chairs.  One of the more important insurance requirements you will find in a construction contract is a demand by a general contractor or owner for additional insured status for ongoing and completed operations under the subcontractor’s general liability policy.  In my experience, this... Read more »

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