Handbook on Additional Insureds


By Timothy A. Diemand

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At its most fundamental nature, the purpose of additional insured coverage is to protect the additional insured from claims of vicarious liability, that is, liability based entirely on the relationship between two insureds, as opposed to any active negligence on the part of the additional insured. The contours, exceptions, nuances and alternative approaches taken across the country and, internationally, have created the need for an all-inclusive lawyer resource. The Handbook on Additional Insureds serves as that resource by addressing all aspects practitioners are faced with when dealing with this complex coverage. Chapters include, but are not limited to:

 •  Definitions and Comparisons of Commonly Used Titles

 •  Common Provisions

 •  Hold Harmless and Indemnification Agreements

 •  Memorializing Status

 •  Development of Common Endorsements

 •  Subrogation and Anti-Subrogation

 •  Limits Issues

Handbook on Additional Insureds