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Insurance and indemnity issues arising out of AIA form agreements and contracts.

Charles Edwards

Charles P. Edwards

Partner
Insurance Recovery and Counseling Group Co-Chair

under constructionOn July 14, 2014,   Charlie Edwards  gave a presentation on indemnity and insurance issues for architects to the Indianapolis Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).  The presentation covered indemnity and insurance issues arising out of the standard AIA form agreements. It also covered insurance issues related to construction projects, such as additional insured status and forms, insurance implications of “flow-down” provisions in construction contracts and waivers of subrogation. If you missed the presentation and would like to obtain copies of the materials, or have any questions on these topics, email  Charlie Edwards.


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