Archive for the ‘General Liability’ Category

What Are You Plowing Into?

December 12th - By  | General Liability | No Comments »

As I inch up the thermostat, I wonder when the outdoors will turn from green to white. Many seasonal contractors that I know operate snow removal equipment. And, there are many things to consider as the winter season approaches. How much staff should you leave on call? How much sand and salt should you purchase?… Read more


Portrait of a serial infector

November 26th - By  | General Liability | No Comments »

The ongoing case of Exeter Hospital and the Hepatitis C outbreak The biggest news story in New Hampshire this year will no doubt be that of David Kwiatkowski, whom the authorities have labeled a “serial infector”. Kwiatkowski is a 32 year old Michigan native who, in 2007, got his start in the health care industry… Read more


No Trespassing! – Timber Trespass Tips

October 30th - By  | General Liability | No Comments »

Any logger has the potential of being involved in an accidental timber trespass claim.  Here are some things you need to know: What are you agreeing to when you sign a contract? Landowners generally require a logger to have general liability insurance and to assume responsibility for everything that happens at the work site.  Many… Read more


Batten Down the Hatches – The Peril of Wind on Your Premises

October 10th - By  | General Liability, Property | 2 Comments »

A good house has a lot of nails in it. I remember that statement from Gilly Harlow, my Homes and Buildings professor at Union College, more years ago than I care to admit.  He was an older gentleman who wore a bowtie, had years of experience, and made many statements which stuck with me.  And,… Read more


The Last Drink

October 3rd - By  | General Liability | 2 Comments »

Many of us enjoy a nice “adult” beverage after a hard day’s work, possibly with our 18-ounce filet, or perhaps after that wretched round of golf that we can’t soon enough forget.  Whether this holds true for you or not, the fact still remains, it’s a part of how many people unwind.  And many businesses… Read more