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    LicataRisk Construction and Real Estate Event Just Concluded

    Our Risk Advisory Breakfast was held on January 26 at the Boston College Club, 100 Federal St, Boston.

    Construction & Real Estate – The Riskiest Industries? – Part 2

    Topics included:

    – Construction collapses and other incidents – who pays for injuries? How does the builders risk policy respond if design error is involved?

    – Insurers continue to add harmful coverage terms and conditions – know about them and fight back

    – The risk of shared limits property programs with total lack of disclosure

    – The game of passing off liability to the other party – don’t be on the receiving end

    – Legal cases on the above and much more

    – The latest on FEMA flood changes, ahead of our April breakfast which will be focused totally on flood risk

    Why the Insurance Market is Like Quicksand

    – A round-up of the latest insurance industry abuses, and how to watch out for them, including the most ominous sounding of them all – what the courts call “illusory insurance!”

    A large, enthusiastic group of contractors and real estate folks, and their advisors attended.

    Our next breakfast will take place on April 23 which will be focused on flood risk.  A representative from FEMA will join us.  Please contact Brent Trethewey at [email protected] for more information.

    Feb 03, 2015

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