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“Contractors Special Conditions” Exclusion Sets Traps for Policyholders and Defense Counsel

This post originally appeared on The Northwest Policyholder, Miller Nash Graham & Dunn’s insurance recovery blog. From The Ground Up editor George Kaai felt that this information would be useful to those in the construction industry. An endorsement that has become common in general contractors’ insurance policies can function as a trap for both the … Continue Reading

Washington Court of Appeals Signals Change in Notice Requirements Under Construction Contracts

Division III acknowledges hairline cracks in Mike M. Johnson rule. “Close enough” only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades, and nowhere is that more true than when Washington courts are interpreting notice and claim procedures in construction contracts. As a result of the Washington State Supreme Court’s 2003 decision in Mike M. Johnson, Inc. v. Spokane … Continue Reading
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