Insurance issues are present from the very beginning of projects. For example, language in a construction or design agreement can require things that insurers don’t or won’t provide, or can be so broad as to negate coverage. This situation serves neither contracting party, each of which benefits from having the appropriate and optimal insurance policy in effect. Our construction lawyers know from experience where the problems lie within contract documents. We also pursue insurance claims at the time of an incident to compel insurers to honor their defense and indemnity coverage obligations. We are familiar with judicial decisions interpreting policies and contracts and the way those decisions may affect any given situation. In addition, we have a renowned Insurance Coverage Practice Group, lawyers focused exclusively on interpreting policy terms and with whom the Construction and Infrastructure Practice Group regularly partners on technical questions of insurance law.