Additional Insured

  • SOMETIMES YOU NEED TO CONSIDER THE COBLENTZ AGREEMENT

    … to defend the Estate of the insured. The Estate and the personal injury claimant then entered into a Coblentz agreement where the Estate (1) agreed to a consent judgment entered against it, (2) assigned its rights under its liability policy to the claimant, and (3) the claimant agreed not to pursue the consent judgment against the insured…

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  • ADDITIONAL INSURED OBLIGATIONS AND THE UNDERLYING LAWSUIT

    … As a general contractor, you understand the importance of being named an additional insured under your subcontractors’ commercial general liability (CGL) policies. Not only do you want your subcontract to express that a subcontractor’s CGL policy is primary and noncontributory to your policy, but you want it to express that the subcontractor…

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