The image above, taken by IvyMike, shows runners in San Diego's Rock N' Roll Marathon. My parents both finished all 26.2 miles in this year's event - something that all six of us kids are equally proud and jealous of! I had the great fortune of writing a guest post once again for construction lawyer … Continue reading Connecting Tradesmen, “The Last Mile” in construction innovation
AGC Constructor: The Coming Wave of Construction Defect Litigation
In the AGC Constructor January/February 2011 issue, Linda D. Kornfeld and Marla H. Kanemitsu wrote an article entitled, “Will Your Insurance Help? The Coming Wave of Defects Litigation:” Contractors, subcontractors and other companies involved in the construction boom of the early 2000s may soon find themselves the subject of expensive construction defects litigation. Many states, … Continue reading AGC Constructor: The Coming Wave of Construction Defect Litigation
San Fernando Valley Business Journal: Local Painting/Waterproofing Contractor Accused of Insurance Fraud
According to the California Department of Insurance, a Tarzana, CA contractor misrepresented payroll for his employees resulting in underpayment of approximately $112,000 in workers' compensation premiums. Abraham Dvir, 66-year-old owner of United Pa...
Clay Olson: The Scope of Additional Insured Coverage and Duties of an Indemnifying Subcontractor in Construction Project
Additional insured policy endorsements are a powerful weapon, in theory. The concept known as an ?additional insured? refers to a person or organization that enjoys the benefits of being insured under an insurance policy, in addition to whoever ori...
Leveling with contractor over uneven floor | Yahoo! Real Estate
DEAR BARRY: I bought a 7-year-old home and completely remodeled the interior. Then the rains came, and leaking at the doorways damaged my new wood floors. My home inspector never warned me that this might happen. So I hired another home inspector, ...