It’s only a matter of time before a terrorist again targets American infrastructure for a deadly act of violence. We have seen attacks across Europe—at airports, on pedestrian avenues and atop bridges. When such a tragedy eventually reoccurs in the U.S., the victims and their survivors are likely to sue the owners, developers, contractors or design professionals involved in creating the structures where the attack occurs. Will the companies and professionals have adequate insurance coverage?
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Viewpoint: Making the Case for Firms to Buy Terrorism Insurance
August 24, 2017
Kent W. Collier - Engineering News-Record
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