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As a construction lawyer I have developed a long-standing interest in infrared thermography, where the use of aerial drones to monitor, inspect, investigate and document building conditions is a commonplace. That was why I chose to take the continuing education class, “Insuring Drones: What You Need to Know,” to supplement my understanding of these matters and to cinch the annual renewal of my certification as a Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS) through the International Risk Management Institute, Inc.
The stated course objectives were to enable me to recognize the nature and types of drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles or unmanned aerial systems; to identify the loss exposures associated with small drones; to recognize the federal regulations to which small drones are subject; and to identify various ways in which hobby and commercial drones can be insured.
South Jersey construction attorney Robert J. Incollingo is certified as a Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS) through the International Risk Management Institute, Inc.(IRMI), and welcomes your legal assignments regarding construction risk management and insurance issues.