Insured Contract Exception to Contractual-Liability Exclusion

A project owner and its subcontractors were entitled to be defended and indemnified under its contractor’s commercial general liability (CGL) policy. The “contractual liability” exclusion of the policy was not applicable because indemnity was afforded under an...

Project Owner Not Liable for Injuries of Employee of Contractor

By Kent Holland A subcontractor’s employee suffered a horrible injury when removing an abandoned railroad bridge. After recovering almost $1.5 million in workers compensation, he sued the railroad company that had hired the prime contractor that hired the...