The price of unconscionable conduct A Texas homeowner was awarded $20.8 million in a lawsuit against Bishop Abbey Homes Ltd. and the owner of the company. In the suit, the homeowner stated that the defendants reneged on their promise toRead The Full Article »
Good intentions can cause General Liability problems When our contractor clients turn in General Liability claims for property damage arising from past work, they often want to perform their own repairs because they are already familiar with the job andRead The Full Article »
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 »
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 »
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