Massachusetts rejects all efforts to bring employer into lawsuit by injured employee. Workers comp immunity thwarts indemnity. FRACO PRODUCTS, LTD. v BOSTONIAN MASONRY84 Mass App Ct 296 (2013) FACTS On a construction project, a masonry subcontractor rented a mast climber from Fraco. Employees of the mason were on the equipment when it toppled… Read More »Workers Comp Immunity Thwarts Indemnity
Walk off Sub’s Claim Sunk by “Perform First /Dispute Later” Clause
In a non-precedential ruling, Massachusetts Appeals Court shot down the claim of a subcontractor who, refused to perform disputed work and walked off the job. Acme Abatement Contractor, Inc. V. S&R Corporation, Mass: Appeals Court (2015) FACTS S&R hired Acme Abatement for part of the scope of a job at a plant and its… Read More »Walk off Sub’s Claim Sunk by “Perform First /Dispute Later” Clause
Ten Tips for Massachusetts Property Insurance Claims
You have paid premiums, now you have a claim because your property got damaged. How does that work? Give Notice Early – Contact the insurer to give notice of claim. The initial notice need not be detailed. You Are Your Claim # – Know your Claim # – this is the key to the door… Read More »Ten Tips for Massachusetts Property Insurance Claims
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