Additional insured Endorsements Are Not Created Equal

June 10, 2015

Additional insured endorsements come in all shapes and sizes. There are more than 1,000 forms that can each be submitted in place of the two most common additional insured documents (CG 20 10 11 85, CG 20 37 10 01). And in every case, the language in that form—and more importantly, the interpretation of that language—dictates the scope of the coverage provided.

Instead of spending valuable time reading the fine print of each endorsement for the language nuances, myCOI just introduced our endorsement library. This feature allows clients to quickly establish if the form they received is acceptable.

To verify whether the equivalent form complies with your regulations, simply type in the form number and select the form from the dropdown list. A gray box will appear that highlights the information that’s most important for that particular form. You’ll know right away the criteria needed for compliance.

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