Please check out: “Seeking Insurance Under Someone Else’s Policy? Tips for Companies Requiring Additional Insured Status.”
The insurance coverage and insurance recovery practice of my former firm, Dickstein Shapiro LLP, has a new blog, Policyholder Informer. The Policyholder Informer blog is featuring my post, “Seeking Insurance Under Someone Else’s Policy? Tips for Companies Requiring Additional Insured Status.”
The introduction to the post reads:
If your company is in the construction field, then you know it well: the request to be added as an additional insured to another company’s insurance policy. For example, general contractors (GC) often require subcontractors to add the GC as an additional insured to the subcontractor’s insurance policy. That continues down the line of subcontractors and sub-subcontractors.
I also give five initial pointers regarding additional insured coverage for companies requesting additional insured status. The Internet Wayback Machine has an archive of the post, which you can check out by clicking here.
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