Gregory L. Shelton
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Tag Archives: South Carolina insurance law
Governor Haley signed S. 431 into law yesterday. Recall from my earlier posts that S. 431 was introduced to address the S.C. Supreme Court’s decision in Crossmann. In Crossmann, the Supreme Court drastically curtailed coverage for losses arising out of defective … Continue reading
Contractors are often asked whether they have “insurance.” This question really involves two levels of analysis. First, there are many different types of insurance: Builder’s Risk, Errors & Omissions (E&O), Commercial General Liability (CGL), Key Man, Property, etc. In the … Continue reading