a/e ProNetwork News March 2020


a/e ProNetwork News March 2020

A federal district court in Wisconsin held that the contractual liability exclusion of a professional liability policy means that the policy only covers third party claims against an engineer and affords no coverage for claims against the engineer by its own client. Crum & Forster persuaded the court that the “contractual liability” exclusion of the policy meant no claim that arises out of contractual obligations is covered under the policy, even if the breach of contract claim was based on negligent acts, errors and omissions.

Click HERE to read this article by Kent Holland

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