While architects always try to do their best for their clients, mistakes happen. And in a litigious society, lawsuits have become an inevitability. Professional liability coverage not only pays judgment costs, it prepares you for a lawsuit by paying claims defense costs. After all, even the fraudulent claims cost your firm money.
The CNA/Schinnerer program now offers a special premium credit for AIA members!
Architecture firms with up to $5 million in billings and an acceptable loss ratio are eligible (subject to state approval) for a premium credit of up to 5 percent. To find out how your firm can benefit, » click for details.
For the steps you need to take to qualify for this valuable credit, click here for a booklet about the Risk Mitigation Credit.
Schinnerer now offers a new CNA professional liability policy form with policy enhancements.
These enhancements include Enhanced Pollution Liability Coverage, Rectification Expense Coverage, Early resolution credit, and Crisis Event Expenses—click here to find out how these changes may benefit your practice.
For more information about the AIA Trust Professional Liability Insurance Program through Schinnerer and CNA Insurance and a free quote, click here. Or call 888-867-9327.
You can learn more about Victor O. Schinnerer & Co. Inc. by clicking here for a 4-minute video overview. For more information about the many free risk management resources that Schinnerer offers to you and your firm, click here.
Since 1957, the AIA has worked with the CNA/Schinnerer Professional Liability Insurance Program to meet the challenges that architects face today and in the future. Administered by Victor O. Schinnerer & Company, Inc., the AIA Trust Professional Liability Insurance Program, through its strength and dedication to superior service and quality for AIA members for more than a half-century, continues to demonstrate an unwavering commitment to the architectural profession. The program includes special plans for small firms, too. Find out more, and get a free no-obligation quote, by clicking here.