When Insurance Doesn’t Insure

During the job, one of the subcontractors was seriously injured, and the worker sued the co-op. The board, as is typical in occurrences like this, contacted Utica First, requesting coverage because the co-op had been listed as an additional insured party.  That’s when this injury and insurance story went off the rails.     Read the article…………….


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