Comprehensive Analysis of Commercial General Liability Coverages
Commercial liability insurance encompasses a variety of coverage types that insure liability to third parties for specific types of injury for which the insured is legally responsible. Understanding the scope of coverage in each type of policy and knowing where modifications are needed, or when specialty niche products are needed, is crucial to ensuring all risks are adequately addressed.
IRMI analyzes these policies to explain coverage nuances, identify potential coverage gaps or limitations, and offer suggestions where appropriate for modifications.
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Commercial Liability Insurance
The most detailed resource available on commercial general liability, owners and contractors protective liability, liquor liability, products completed operations liability, railroad protective liability, pollution liability, and umbrella liability insurance.
This resource includes a detailed, line-by-line interpretation of standard liability forms. Interpretation is based on court rulings, insurer claims guidelines, and best risk management practices.
Contractual Risk Transfer
A one-of-a-kind resource to help you draft rock-solid risk transfer and insurance clauses for construction contracts, leases, purchase orders, rental agreements, oil and gas drilling and production contracts, and many other contractual agreements.
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The Additional Insured Book
The effective use of additional insured status as a risk transfer strategy is a complex but also valuable strategy in connection with a project or business relationship. The Additional Insured Book provides key insight and practical guidance on problems with standard endorsement forms, offers suggestions for modifying coverage to correspond with contractual risk transfers, and critiques the good and potentially troublesome areas of a number of manuscript additional insured endorsements in use.
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