Builder’s Duty to Homeowner Warranty

Court rules warranty cannot waive duty to build in workmanlike manner The Ohio Supreme Court ruled that a builder’s duty to construct in a workmanlike manner can’t be waived by the terms of a limited homeowner’s warranty agreement between aRead The Full Article »

S.C. Supreme Court Reverses Crossmann

Decision tackles progressive property damage under successive carriers We’ve posted several articles about the South Carolina Supreme Court’s terrible decision in Crossmann v. Harleysville and the resulting involvement of the South Carolina Legislature in enacting a statute to overturn this decision.Read The Full Article »

S.C. Legislature Enacts Anti-Crossmann Law

Restores General Liability Intent As discussed in a number of previous articles, the recent South Carolina Supreme Court made a horrible decision on Crossmann v. Harleysville. It perverted the intent of the drafters of the General Liability policy and createdRead The Full Article »

Sadler Quoted in Pending Legislation Article

Weighs in on court’s overturning of Crossmann in South Carolina John Sadler, president of Sadler & Company, Inc., was quoted in an article that describes the efforts of the  to support legislation to overturn the detrimental impact of Crossmann on builderRead The Full Article »