Posts By Alan Jones
Insurance Carrier Intervention – Not a Tool of the Trade
July 23, 2021 |
Insurance carriers for general contractors and subcontractors sued in any case alleging damages due to construction defects will often (but not always) aggressively seek to show they owe no duty to defend or indemnify their insureds for such claims. While the duty to defend is relatively broad (compared to the duty to indemnify) and is… Read more
Are You (Really) Indemnified…?
Indemnification clauses run a close third for “Most Tortured Interpretations” in the history of the written word, just behind the United States Constitution and the lyrics to The Beatles’ “I Am the Walrus.” One would think that, by now, a razor-sharp indemnification clause would exist such that it would become essentially boilerplate language, with a… Read more