Does your indemnity clause match your additional insured language?
In most construction contracts there are two or three pages of insurance ramifications that reference exhibits and aggregate limits, workers’ compensation effects, and so on. What is important from an indemnification perspective is the additional insured clause. This gives the right to anyone listed as an additional insured to make a claim or be treated as an insured under another party’s insurance policy. This video reviews additional insured status, and discusses if a claim can be made against your insurance by a party that is solely negligent, and if your liability is limited to the amount of your insurance.
Durazzo, Eckel & Hawkins, PLLC
- Partner in the office of Durazzo, Eckel & Hawkins, PLLC
- Practice emphasizes all aspects of construction law and business law (both litigation and transactional work)
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous construction law matters, employment law and business practices
- Author of several articles regarding construction law and presenter at CLE classes, Seminars and Workshops on indemnification, construction contracts and other matters
- Taught a seminar “Employment Law for Construction Attorneys” at 2018 National Conference of National Subcontractors Association
- Advised trade organizations regarding statutory indemnification reform in Arizona
- Arizona Construction Bar Section Board of Directors
- J.D. degree, James E. Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona
- Can be contacted at [email protected] or 520-792-0448
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