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Everything Your Engineer Clients Need to Know About Professional Liability

Posted on: September 10, 2020 by Huntersure LLC.

Engineering clients of all backgrounds all carry the risk of potentially being sued by their clients. From negligence to issues with contracts, engineers, be they mechanical, civil, structural, or environmental, can all be on the wrong end of a legal matter.¬†Regardless of how low risk an engineering client may feel that the services they provide […] Read More

How to Start an Engineering Firm

Posted on: September 3, 2020 by Huntersure LLC.

For engineers, working for themselves instead of having to answer to others is a more attractive venture. From setting their hours to being in more control of their projects, engineers venturing out on their own presents many benefits. But like any personal business venture, there are still some important items to be aware of.¬†Here’s a […] Read More

Best Cybersecurity Practices for Architects in 2020

Posted on: May 28, 2020 by Huntersure LLC.

For clients in the architecture field, focusing on cybersecurity health may not be at the forefront of their daily operations. After all, most cyber threats are focused on financial services or health care. However, given the fact that a cyber breach occurs every 39 seconds in the United States, any professional, in any industry, should […] Read More

Key Practices for Software Engineers

Posted on: April 23, 2020 by Huntersure LLC.

Software engineers are the backbone of developing our everyday technology, including phones, tablets, WiFi, and more. Thanks to software engineers, we have devices that connect us to the world and each other, which has been a valuable asset during the recent stay at home measures. But while software engineers help us use our devices and […] Read More

Architect & Engineer Risk Management: 4 Common Coverage Gaps

Posted on: February 26, 2018 by Huntersure LLC.

Architecture and engineering are both high-risk professions. A minor error in a design can lead to delays in construction or other significant losses, resulting in potentially costly lawsuits. Many Architecture and Engineering (A&E) risks are fairly obvious and are covered by industry-specific professional liability insurance. However, there are a few areas where the insurance options […] Read More

Why Do Architects Need Professional Liability Coverage?

Posted on: February 17, 2016 by Huntersure LLC.

The variety of risks that architects face varies from firm to firm. While most assume that errors and omissions insurance, otherwise known as professional liability, is unaffordable or unnecessary, this coverage is critical for architects. Not only will it provide coverage for all of the following exposures, Professional Liability for Architects will also provide some […] Read More

Architect Liability: Choosing Products Carefully

Posted on: August 26, 2015 by Huntersure LLC.

The products that architects employ are vastly important to both the functionality and design of the project. While there are countless noteworthy products, Architect Professional Liability can be reduced with the implementation of well-made merchandise. Architects should ensure the products they use are appropriate for their projects and are built to a high standard to […] Read More

Can Learning To Code Help Architect Efficiency?

Posted on: April 28, 2015 by Huntersure LLC.

Architects have a vast variety of knowledge in their repertoire that they need access too every day. From knowledge of building and zoning codes, structures, mechanical systems, and materials, to knowing how to calculate building areas, layout building blueprints and much more. The list of skills needed by architects is ever growing, especially as architecture […] Read More

3D Printing Could Lead to Changes in Construction Liability

Posted on: March 23, 2015 by Huntersure LLC.

Affordable housing is a worldwide challenge, especially with growing populations. Manufactured homes have been one solution to these complications in the united states for decades, providing millions of Americans the opportunity to have a home of their own. But the face of the manufactured home could be rapidly changing as new technology and innovations continue […] Read More