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Yes “SIR” – No “SIR”: The Self-Insured Retention (“SIR”) in Insurance Policies

In both commercial and institutional contexts there often arises circumstances where in entering a contract, one party requires the other to have insurance coverage in place which names that party as an “additional insured”. To secure the agreement, the other party must produce a “Certificate of Insurance”, which usually confirms the addition of the party…

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  • John Barzo graduated from the University of Windsor Law School in 1992 and was called to the Bar of the Law Society of Upper Canada in 1994. He focuses his practice on commercial and general civil litigation. He also provides general employment law advice, primarily to employers, and has significant experience resolving insurance coverage disputes.

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