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One of the premier insurance educators in America on form, coverage, and technical issues; Founder and director of the Big “I” Virtual University; Retired Assoc. VP of Education and Research from Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America. Reprint Request Information
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True enough. LIkewise, attorneys are not insurance agents. Do not expect every attorney (or even most of them) to be sufficiently schooled in insurance coverage to understand the nuances of the insurance issues that may support potential tort liability. Better one has a team working on that individual or company’s behalf, that can sort through the potentialities and propose workable solutions. Those may include hold-harmless agreements, additional insured endorsements and special policy provisions.
Or, if you are in Florida and working with the FAIA and Mr. Thompson, good bar-b-cue may also be part of the overall solution,
ALL barbecue is good!