Builders' Reliance On Drones Lifts Need For New Coverage

Law360, Los Angeles (March 16, 2017, 3:28 PM EDT) -- Drones are becoming an increasingly prevalent tool of the trade for companies within the construction industry, prompting insurers to step in to offer products to fill potential gaps in coverage for risks tied to use of the unmanned aerial vehicles.

With their ability to hover several hundred feet off the ground and squeeze into tight spaces, drones have become a hot item for construction companies looking to save money and reduce the risks associated with certain tasks, particularly those that would otherwise require workers to scale...
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