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Insuring Defective Construction Claims Over the Last 50 Years: The Song Remains the Same?

October 10,  2023 at 10:00 a.m. CDT

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About Your Speaker

Patrick J. Wielinski
Cokinos | Young

Mr. Wielinski has practiced in the areas of insurance coverage and risk management, representing general contractors, subcontractors, owners, insurance companies, and sureties. He has advised clients as to coverage claims involving defective workmanship for nearly 40 years. He is the author of Insurance for Defective Construction and coauthor of Contractual Risk Transfer, both published by International Risk Management Institute, Inc. (IRMI), and has contributed articles on insurance coverage for construction defects and content for the IRMI references Construction Risk Management and Professional Liability Insurance. Read full bio.

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