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... used in the past.  Where the CDM Co-ordinator is hired to work as a consultant to a particular firm, the firms own PI may cover this sub contracted work but generally insurers will look to subrogate ...
2. Delaying "Run Off" PI Cover purchase
(Blog Articles/Broker)
... PI policy but endorsed to say it will not provide cover for work undertaken or completed after the applied “run off” date (The date you apply to run the policy off). In this case, the RICS prescribe the ...
3. Big Changes to CDM for Construction Projects
(Blog Articles/PI News Related)
... under a PD appointment. One way of dealing with a lack of health and safety knowledge on the part of the new PD is to sub-contract the work, but even in this situation, any liability will be borne by the ...
4. What is Cyber Liability Insurance
(Blog Articles/PI News Related)
... you have a web site, use remote computer access, share electronic facilities with outworkers or sub contractors including temporary workers.  Does your website contain a member log in function, do ...
... who should be or who are qualified to undertake such work.Wordings therefore differ between professionals with surveyors, architects, solicitors and accountants being some of the professions who have there ...
Insurers like such clauses because they seek to limit the liability individuals or firms carry when working with other professionals on construction contacts.   If there is a defect in a construction ...
... does not necessarily mean a policy will respond to claims made for work undertaken before the start of the policy, unless the policy provides retro cover.  We are seeing a number of enquiries coming ...
8. PI for Part Time Architects
(Blog Articles/Broker)
... i.e. architects employer in practice but who do some private work in the spare time. Well the answer is yes, indeed spare time architects was one of the main areas we had in mind when negotiating the ...
9. PII For lower fee earning Architects
(Blog Articles/Broker)
... those earning below £100,000 and so is designed to cater for both the  smaller architectural practice, sole trader or part time architect who possibly has a full time job working in practice for another ...
10. Contractors Insurance
(site sections/Sectors Covered)
Many trained and qualified individuals have and are finding becoming a contractor to be a very attractive prospect, especially in the technology sector. For many people, this type of work provides the ...
11. Small Architects
(site sections/Sectors Covered)
Professional indemnity insurance is an essential purchase for professionals who are advising or offering a service as part of their business and no more is this the case than for Architects. Working ...
12. Hammond Legal Support
(site sections/Resources)
Fenchurch Law Fenchurch Law specialise in acting for policyholders in situations where an insurers has refused to provide cover. Working within the background of the London insurance market enables ...
13. Actuaries
(site sections/Sectors Covered)
Actuarial Consultant PI Proposal Form Acceptance Form Actuaries work in a number of different practice areas: enterprise risk management, finance and investment, general insurance, health ...
14. Monthly Professional Indemnity Insurance policies
(Blog Articles/PI News Related)
... insurance and/or Products and Public Liability Insurance as well. How does it work. The monthly policy is designed for small businesses that are not subject to dramatic fluctuation in fees or the scope ...
15. Accountants (Members of AAT, CIOT and ATT)
(site sections/Sectors Covered)
... made against you, irrespective of whether you had PI when you carried out the work in question, you will not be insured. You should therefore maintain PI insurance for some time after you have completed ...
"RICS is extremely concerned about the practice of speculative claim letters being sent to property valuers on behalf of banks. For this reason, a working group has been established to assess the problem ...
17. Employees liability
(Blog Articles/Broker)
... the course of the judicial process was whether Mr. Babb, as an employee of the firm which had been engaged to carry out the required work, owed a direct duty of care to Ms Merrett. It was held that Mr. ...
18. Abolition of Expert Witness Immunity
(Blog Articles/PI News Related)
... need to monitor new claims notified and resulting from expert witness work (hitherto considered by insures as low risk in view of the immunity previously in place). Insurers will need to consider the ...
19. Professional indemnity insurance: don't skimp
(Blog Articles/PI News Related)
... contractual liability for their work on the project. How many clients continue to monitor that the cover is kept up once the project is complete? And more pertinently, when renegotiating a cheaper deal ...
20. The RICS Valuer Registration Scheme and PII
(Blog Articles/PI News Related)
In October 2010 and as part of its commitment to protect the public interest and to raise the standards its members work to, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has launched a new registration ...
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