The Emperor Has No Clothes
By Dean B. Thomson, Esq.
April 01, 2012
When contractors and subcontractors make claims against their commercial liability carriers, the carriers often cite the "Business Risk Doctrine" as a reason to deny the claim. This month's Briefing Paper is a copy of an article written by Dean Thomson, one of the firm's shareholders, which was recently published in Volume 34 of the Hamline Law Review. The article discusses the history of the Business Risk Doctrine and argues that it is not a valid basis to deny coverage claims. Click here to read the article.
Should you have any questions about the attached, please contact Mr. Thomson at 612.359.7624 or email@example.com.