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Protect Your Firm with Limitation of Liability

By Mark Jackson Contracts are important tools for your business relationships with both clients and subconsultants. The different provisions in a contract can provide protection...

With Claims Rising, Architects/Engineers Professional Liability Insurers Plan Modest Rate Increases

Ames & Gough Survey: Most Insurers Planning Targeted Rate Hikes in 2020, Focusing on “Higher Risk” Disciplines, Projects, and Locations   WASHINGTON, DC– Most insurers providing architects and...

Experience, Knowledge, and Stability

Value Beats First Cost When Buying Professional Liability Insurance By Roger L. Ball, PE, FACEC, and Cara Shimkus Hall, FAIA Every architecture or engineering firm faces...

Survey: Professional liability insurers see robust premium growth

Despite unrelenting competition and flat rates, most insurers providing architects and engineers (A/E) professional liability insurance achieved significant premium growth last year.

Amid intense competition, PLI insurers push innovation

While the market for architects and engineers professional liability insurance (PLI) remains intensely competitive, many insurers providing this coverage are weighing new policy enhancements that offer expanded protection.

Berkley Design Professional to offer ‘Per Project Primary Limits’ coverage

Berkley Design Professional (Berkley DP), a division of Berkley Alliance Managers, a Berkley Company, has become the first provider in the architects and engineers professional liability segment to offer “Per Project Primary Limits” coverage to design firm customers.

A/E insurance rates flatten amid intense market competition

Although a slim majority of insurance companies providing architects and engineers professional liability insurance saw their rates stabilize in 2016, nearly one in three experienced modest decreases in rates.

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