Category Archives: Railroad indemnity

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4 TIMES WHEN YOU SHOULD ARGUE FOR YOUR CHOICE OF INSURANCE COUNSEL

Posted in Commercial General Liability (CGL), Complex insurance coverage, Product liability, Railroad indemnity

Sometimes a policyholder can insist upon his own choice of defense counsel.  And submit the bill to the carrier to pay.  I highly recommend this practice, especially in cases where a sophisticated defense is needed such as railroad, products liability, and airplane lawsuits.  … Continue reading






3 STEPS TO RAILROAD RISK TRANSFERENCE

Posted in Additional insured coverage, Indemnity clauses, Insurance contract, Railroad endorsement, Railroad indemnity, Railroad protective insurance coverage, Risk transference

There are three essential steps to railroad risk transference through insurance: 1.     Add an indemnity clause to all contracts making clear that you are asking for indemnity for the contractor’s or vendor’s negligence.   If you do intend to seek indemnity for the railroad’s … Continue reading






WHAT RAILROADS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT BEING AN ADDITONAL INSURED BY CONTRACT

Posted in Additional insured coverage, Commercial General Liability (CGL), Contract liability coverage, Indemnity clauses, Railroad endorsement, Railroad indemnity

Railroads can be covered for losses caused in whole or in part by a contractor.  If a railroad is added to the contractor’s Commercial General Liability (CGL) insurance policy as an additional insured, all losses which arise out of the contractor’s work should … Continue reading