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Insuring Provisions for the Contractor - Know What they Mean (CCL484X)

Presented by: John A. Snow
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60 minutes
  •  Thu, April 26, 2018
Event Description

Protect Yourself in Construction Projects

Construction contracts are designed in significant part to shift risk between the parties to the project. The owner, design professional, contractor, subcontractor, and vendors are all at risk and need insurance protection. One of the primary ways to protect a party to the construction project is to have adequate insurance that covers potential issues, such as personal injury, property damage or other risks. Indemnification provisions, subrogation and insurance coverage are also interrelated. 

In this session, civil litigation and construction law attorney John Snow will provide various insurance and indemnification considerations to protect parties involved with the construction project. You will learn about the various types of insurance provisions, and understand the purpose of the differing types of insurance and the protection they afford to you as a construction professional. This session will also discuss contractual provisions that shift risk, such as indemnification and subrogation, and how to insure around those types of risk shifting provisions. Snow will also discuss consideration to verify that the right type of insurance is obtained for the potential issues to be encountered.

This session will discuss the typical insurance arrangements and limitations on indemnification. After attending this session, you will have a better understanding of insurance and how it protects you from liability. You will also know what contractual provisions to consider that shift risk to or away from participants in the construction project.

Session Highlights

In this session, you will learn about:

  • Types of insurance and coverage
  • The parties/ persons each type of insurance protects
  • Contractual provisions that assure protection
  • Indemnification and insurance
  • Subrogation and insurance
  • Insurance and indemnification as related to personal injury

Who Should Attend

  • Contractors and subcontractors
  • Design professionals
  • Construction managers
  • Construction attorneys
About Our Speaker(s)

John A. Snow | Construction Law SpeakerJohn A. Snow
Mr. Snow commenced his legal practice in Salt Lake City, Utah, in May of 1973. Since 1990, Mr. Snow has also had an active professional practice in Nevada. Mr. Snow's practice consists of general civil litigation, including general commercial, professional malpractice, construction and insurance coverage and defense. M... More info

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    Event Title: Insuring Provisions for the Contractor - Know What they Mean
    Presenter(s): John A. Snow

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