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Monthly Archives: February 2020


Do You Know What Your Commercial General Liability Policy Actually Covers?

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

In any construction project, a general contractor will take out a commercial general liability (CGL) policy to insure against known risks. But do you actually know what your CGL policy covers? You might assume that certain common risks are covered, but the plain language of the insurance contract may say otherwise. Michigan Court Upholds… Read More »

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NTSB Blames Engineering Firm for 2018 FIU Bridge Collapse

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

Construction accidents occur everyday. Few make national headlines. One exception was the March 15, 2018, collapse of a pedestrian bridge at Florida International University in Miami. Known as the FIU Sweetwater UniversityCity pedestrian bridge, it was constructed to connect the FIU campus to nearby student housing. The construction project, which cost over $14 million,… Read More »

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Dealing with the Legal Fallout When the Federal Government Terminates a Construction Contract

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

Most construction contracts awarded by the federal government require the prime contractor to post two separate bonds, which are known as “Miller Act” bonds after their authorizing statute. The first Miller Act bond is to guarantee performance of the contract, while the second bond guarantees the prime contractor will pay any subcontractors and suppliers…. Read More »

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