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anti indemnity statutes and contractors

Anti Indemnity Statutes and Contractors

By Commercial Insurance, Construction
It’s almost impossible these days to find a construction contract that doesn’t include “hold harmless”, “indemnification”, “additional insured”, and/or “waiver of subrogation” provisions somewhere. These are clauses that attempt to hold the subcontractor legally accountable for job-site accidents and injuries. No one would argue that a subcontractor should not be...
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commercial umbrella insurance

Commercial Umbrella Liability Insurance

By Commercial Insurance
Most of our clients buy an umbrella or excess liability policy. With multi-million dollar jury awards becoming increasingly commonplace, it's a sensible thing to do. If you have any business relationships that require you to provide evidence of insurance, like leases or contracts for example, you’ll also see requirements for...
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insuring key people

Insuring Key People

By Commercial Insurance
You know you need properly written property insurance to insure such physical assets as buildings, machines or equipment, stock, inventory and so forth, to ensure the continued operations and profitability of your business. Aside from tangible physical assets, though, many businesses, especially smaller businesses with fewer employees and/or thinner management...
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drones and your insurance

Drones and Your Insurance

By Commercial Insurance
In recent years use of drones (unmanned lightweight aircraft controlled by an operator on the ground) has exploded. Industries and businesses have found many uses for them. Utilities and pipelines use drones as a cost effective substitute for manned inspectors. Construction companies keep tabs on jobs remotely. Commercial property owners...
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