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Professional indemnity insurances are some of the most important insurances that an architect needs to undertake business and can prevent it from going under in the event of a claim. This module will discuss: One of the most important clauses of a professional indemnity insurance policy, the ‘insuring clause’. Common ‘need to know’ insurance terms. The difference between professional indemnity and public liability insurance. Other types of insurance that are relevant for your business. Common policy exclusions. The fundamental nature of a professional indemnity policy namely that it is a ‘claims made and notified’ insurance. The important requirement of the duty to notify.
This presentation is equivalent to 1 hour/point of formal CPD and will deliver outcomes related to the following Competency/s from the National Standard of Competency for Architects:
9.7 Knowledge of legal and regulatory requirements and obligations in regard to architectural practice,
practice management and registration as an architect.
At the end of this presentation you should be able to:
Risk Manager, Informed by Planned Cover
Natalie holds bachelor’s degrees in law and economics and was admitted to practice as a solicitor in NSW in 1997. Natalie has worked as a solicitor / associate at Sydney law firm Colin Biggers & Paisley in the insurance litigation division, defending claims brought against professionals, and as a legal advisor in the commercial claims division of an insurer, managing claims and providing legal opinions on indemnity and policy interpretation issues.
NSW State Manager, Planner Cover
Simon holds a BSc LLB degree and is the state manager NSW at Planned Cover. Prior to joining Planned Cover, Simon was a partner for many years at Hunt & Hunt, Lawyers. During his 12 years as a lawyer, Simon specialised in insurance litigation and acted for the major insurance companies in defending public liability, compulsory third party (CTP) and professional indemnity claims. Since joining Planned Cover in 2006, Simon has been the state manager and is also responsible for handling the company’s major professional indemnity insurance accounts as a broker.
Professional indemnity insurance for architects
Contract staff and professional indemnity insurance
Duty to disclose liability
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