Are the Contracts You’re Signing with Your Customers Putting Your Company at Risk?

National Pavement Expo 2020 and Conference
Saturday, February 1st, 2019 – 10:00AM – 11:30AM
Contractual Liability/Risk Transfer
Are the Contracts You’re Signing with Your Customers Putting Your Company at Risk?

The purpose of this session is to explain and clarify the various terms and conditions of contractual language that customers are asking their contract service vendors to sign. In many instances, some of those terms and conditions could present exposures to the contractor that would make them responsible for incidents etc. that may not even be related to their scope of work. Therefore, when a claim is made against the contractor, their insurance carrier is required to provide, at the very least, a defense for that claim and in some cases pay a judgement, even if their work had nothing to do with the incident. Unfortunately, the end result of this is more frequent claim activity and higher insurance costs.

Co-Presenter – Scott Cerosky, Principal of World Insurance Associates LLC

Founding member of NAPSA – North American Power Sweeping Association

Serving the Pavement Maintenance Industry for over 30 years with risk management, loss control, and insurance services

Received the Alan Curtis Industry Service Award

Inducted into the Pavement Hall of Fame

scottcerosky@worldins.net;
914.714.0787
www.worldins.net

Co-Presenter – Joshua Ferguson, Esq.

Partner with Freeman, Mathis & Gary

Chair of the firm’s Philadelphia, PA and Cherry Hill, NJ offices

Admitted to practice in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland

Litigated hundreds of slip and fall; trip and fall; and construction defect/property damage claims

Serves as counsel for many companies and organizations, including Accredited Snow Contractors Association and North American Power Sweeping Association

jferguson@fmglaw.com;
215.279.8086

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