No Need For Faulty Work Coverage Bill, Attys For Insurers Say

Friday, February 18, 2022

John R. Ewell was quoted in the expert analysis feature, “No Need for Faulty Work Coverage Bill, Attorneys for Insurers Say” on Law360. The article highlights a New Jersey Assembly bill that would require insurers to specify how commercial general liability insurance policies cover faulty workmanship by builders, and how attorneys for carriers describe this bill going forward.

“Enacting this bill will only exacerbate the problem,” Ewell said. “Enacting this bill will cause insurance premiums to skyrocket. It will force insurers to price into their product the costs of replacing the contractor’s defective work. A risk which had been clearly outside the insuring grant.”

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