ASCA announces special Connecticut snow academy

ASCA announces special Connecticut snow academy

Half-day August seminar in Hartford focuses on educating contractors on the impact of and doing business under the new hold-harmless law.

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The Accredited Snow Contractors Association (ASCA) has announced a special session of its Snow Academy for the Connecticut snow and ice management community to discuss the impact of the recently adopted Commercial Snow Removal Service Liability Limitation Act.

The ASCA's model legislation prohibits clients from passing on their negligence through hold-harmless agreements and indemnification clauses. Versions of this legislation have been adopted into law in Illinois, Colorado and Connecticut, and is under consideration by Massachusetts state legislators.

Sherman, GIlbride, Ferguson
The half-day itinerary features ASCA Executive Director Kevin Gilbride, ASCA General Counsel Josh Ferguson, and Noah Sherman from Mill's Insurance.

Ferguson, will dial down on how the new law may require modifications to contract language, while Gilbride will provide a strategic overview on the new law's impact on sales. Sherman will discuss the new law's influence on insurance coverage.

CLICK HERE for a complete Hartford Snow Academy schedule.

The event takes place on Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019 from 1 pm to 5 pm at the Hartford/Windsor Airport Marriott.

The event is $75 for ASCA Members and $99 for Non-Members. You may register for the event by CLICKING HERE

You may also register in-person the day of the event.