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Critical Issues in CGL is the comprehensive, go-to source for information regarding several obscure, yet critical coverage issues that commonly arise in the use of the Commercial General Liability form.
Equip yourself with the information and wherewithal you need to confidently apply and defend this broad and complex coverage form. See the “Details” section below for more information on the topics covered and what’s new in this 4th edition!
Critical Issues in CGL, a part of the Commercial Lines Series, is the comprehensive, go-to source for information regarding several issues that commonly arise in the use of the Commercial General Liability form. The book provides the reader with awareness of some rather obscure, yet critical coverage issues, such as additional insureds and contract liability, what is an occurrence, business risk exclusions, cyber liability, cannabis, and violent events.
Some of these issues are tried and true and have been long tested in the courts. Other issues are newly-arising, have not yet had the opportunity to be fully examined by the courts, may not completely be covered by the CGL policy, or could render CGL policy holders severely underinsured.
This book will enable the professional to:
New in the 4th Edition:
Both the FC&S Bulletins and National Underwriter’s Commercial General Liability Coverage Guide (Malecki, Thamann, Smith, 2017) dedicate hundreds of pages to the CGL coverage form. The CGL coverage guide is one of the most consistently used CGL reference sources in the industry. This Critical Issues in CGL book was developed as a logical progression from the best-selling CGL coverage guide.
|Publication Date||August 22, 2019|
|Author||Hannah E. Smith, Esq., Michael F. Aylward, Esq. Shaun McParland Baldwin, Esq. Gregory G. Deimling, CPCU, and Carol P. Keough, Esq|