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Improve the Bottom Line Using Subrogation Waivers

By James T. Dixon on July 15, 2022

As written in CE This Week, a newsletter published by Construction Executive magazine.

The premium a company pays for its general liability insurance is based on several factors. More obviously, the rate will be based on the limits of insurance obtained and the applicable deductible. Less obviously, however, classifications, rates, and exposure bases also come into play. In this article, Partner Jim Dixon discusses what construction companies can look for in regard to subrogation waivers, helping to avoid legal expenses and pay lower insurance premiums.

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