Insurance Coverage Q&A: Other Insurance – Primary and Noncontributory Provision
Questions a comparison of the primary and noncontributory additional insured language in a Travelers specific policy as compared to the ISO endorsement CG 20 01.
December 28, 2020 at 05:07 AM
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One of our contractor insureds has insurance with Travelers. The insured’s client requires an additional insured status on a primary noncontributory basis and requests ISO CG 2001 endorsement. Travelers does not use this endorsement because Travelers amended its policy form to include under Conditions, other Insurance. Please see attached Travelers CGL pdf page 122; d) Primary and Non-Contributory if Required in a Written Contract.
The Travelers underwriter agrees with us that there is no difference. Please review and let us know.
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