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 Does a contractor need to be on the subcontractors policy as additional insured?

Answer Yes you should be. Not all general liability forms automatically add additional insureds so you need to check with your subcontractors policy. There is a web site that I have found where artisan co... Read More »
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What is the difference between a named insured and an additional insured on a general liability policy?

Attorneys will often say there is no difference, when it comes to extending coverage for legal liability. However, depending the specific additional form used there might be substanial differences ... Read More »
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Why would a landlord request that he be named as an additional insured party on your renters insurance policy?

Renters insurance and the Additional Insured It is common to list the property owner as an additional insured, After all you are renting his property and have accepted certain liabilities for damag... Read More »
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How do you tell if an insurance policy is endorsed if you are the additional insured on a certificate of insurance?

If you are insured then you should see your name on the certificate itself or on the referenced endorsement page.
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Contractor did work then additional work.ruined original work.had to be redone by another contractor at considerable more expense.contractors insurance says nocoverage on his own work- can this be tru?

Perhaps, if you would like to provide details, I could maybe be of more assistance, try using the discussion area.
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