Posts by Brett

Suggested Wording to Use on Contracts

Suggested Wording to Use When Revising and Redlining Design Professional Contracts for Risk Allocation and Insurability of Risks Both parties (owner and contractor) and other project stakeholders come out ahead when the construction contract is fair.  The contractor, subcontractors, and…

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Limitation of Liability Clause

    Benefits of a Limitation of Liability Clause A limitation of liability clause (sometimes referred to simply as a liability clause) is the section in a contracted agreement that specifies the damages that one party will be obligated to…

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Professional Liability Premiums

Professional Liability Premiums The economy is experiencing growth at a consistent rate for the first time in a long time. With the uptick in business comes with it higher expenses for most companies, including professional liability premiums. It would make…

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Navigators Design Professionals

Allison Esrig, head of the architects and engineers Professional Liability group, and Roseanne DeBellis, senior claims counsel, work for different departments at Navigators, but the brokers and companies they serve would never think of them as operating in two different…

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Spring Webinar

Spring Webinar Spring is upon us (at least calendar-wise) and Great American Insurance Group would like to invite you to their spring webinar. On April 25th 1PM (Eastern) Great American Insurance Group is hosting Kent Holland of ConstructionRisk LLC to…

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Avoiding Litigation

Engineering on the Margin: Practical Considerations for Avoiding Litigation Architects and engineers have enough to worry about while designing their projects that the thought of a claim is sometimes the last thing on their minds. Further to that, the thought…

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