The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal considered the extent of coverage afforded an additional insured under an excess policy. The Sewerage & Water Board of New Orleans was made an additional insured under the excess policy issued to Capitol Enterprise, Inc. Capitol was the general contractor for a project to sandblast and paint a large, elevated water tower in Algiers, Louisiana. The additional insured endorsement provided that any person or organization the insured (Capitol) was required by written contract, agreement or permit to name as an additional insured was an insured, but only with respect to liability arising out of work performed by the insured (Capitol) for the additional insured. The issue was whether there was coverage for the Sewerage & Water Board only for its liability for the work of Capitol, or also for the Sewerage & Water Board’s independent fault. The court held the Sewerage & Water Board was an additional insured for its own negligence. Jones v. Capitol Enterprises, Inc., 2011-0956 (La.App. 4 Cir. 5/9/12), 2012 WL 1638278.