The Role of the Additional Insured
Insurance is an important and effective tool for reducing and allocating risks. However, insurance terms can be confusing which may lead to a misunderstanding of a policy's protections, particularly when dealing with "named insureds," "additional insureds," and "additional named insureds." In this article for New Hampshire Bar News, Kenneth Rubinstein and Nicholas Dube explain the difference and what parties should fully understand in order to avoid unnecessary gaps and uncovered risks.
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