ISO Modifies Wrap-Up Exclusion

October 21, 2019
Jeffrey J. Vita - Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C.

For those contractors and other parties enrolled in wrap-up insurance programs, one nagging issue frustrating risk transfer has been the Designated Operations Wrap-Up Exclusion found on many contractors' programs. See, for example, ISO CG 21 54 01 96, which provides in relevant parts as follows:

"This insurance does not apply to 'bodily injury' or 'property damage' arising out of either your ongoing operations or operations included within the 'products-completed operations hazard' at the location described in the Schedule of this endorsement, as a consolidated (wrap-up) insurance program has been provided by the prime contractor/project manager or owner of the construction project in which you are involved."

Mr. Vita may be contacted at jjv@sdvlaw.com



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