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A Risk Management Resource for AIA Members
The AIA Trust Professional Liability Insurance Database is an easy-to-use searchable directory of Professional Liability Insurers designed to give AIA member architects critical information needed to make one of the most important purchasing decisions for you and your firm.
Searching the Database
You may search the database in several ways:
- Use BROWSE button at left to see brief listings for each insurer in the database with contact information, links to their website, and profile. At the bottom of each insurer’s profile, you may click to print out a one-page summary profile. Use Previous & Next options to view all providers.
- COMPARE —To compare several insurers, on the BROWSE page, click the COMPARE button after you select and check up to three insurers. The comparison enables you to easily compare specific data, such as benefits and coverage.
You may print out a report to review and discuss with your broker, partners and colleagues.
- Simple Search—To find information about a specific insurer, use the SEARCH button to the left and enter the insurer name in the first field—then hit Enter.
- Customized Results—To find a professional liability insurer that meets your specific criteria, use the SEARCH button and check the boxes for the criteria important to your practice. Note that the search tool filters or narrows your results. If you don’t get sufficient results, try removing one of your criteria requirements.
Tips for Buying Insurance & Finding a Broker
Useful tips on how to go about selecting and applying for professional liability insurance are just a click away. In addition, there is also section on finding a broker with whom to work.
Glossary of Terminology
On the search page, some words are highlighted so you may get clarification of the term simply by placing your cursor over these words. There is also a glossary with definitions in alphabetical order with detailed explanations.
If you have questions or suggestions about the database—or ideas for improvement, please let us know!