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Ensuring Your Construction Project Remains Insured

Ensuring Your Construction Project Remains Insured

Developers, builders, and designers often neglect important details of insurance coverage. Coverage denials can result from deferring to “standard” insurance forms, relying on informal broker assurances and not taking the time to fully the review the range of policy “endorsements” that may act to exclude particular claims. In his latest article for the Oregon Daily Journal of Commerce, Stoel Rives LLP Construction and Design Partner Andrew Gibson outlines several common insurance mistakes that might reduce or negate coverage and provides a list of best practices to ensure effective insurance.

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