Built to Last
A Business Insurance Guide for Architects, Engineers, and Design Professionals

Conclusion & Quick Resources

The insurance needs of architects, engineers, and designers fluctuate frequently. It's important to stay on top of your policies so that you have adequate coverage when you need it. Also, be sure to carefully review your contracts with an eye out for insurance provisions. If you miss a client's insurance stipulations and sign the contract without adequate coverage, it could be considered a breach of contract and they could have the right to sue your business.

At insureon, we know the world of business insurance can be complex and confusing. So let us help you with the questions that come up along the way. Feel free to contact an insureon agent or fill out an online insurance application to get an idea about your insurance rates.

Quick Resources

A.M. Best's Insurance Provider Ratings Tool

Federal Government Healthcare Website

Insurance Journal's Property Losses Chart

insureon Business Interruption Insurance [video]

insureon's "Workers' Compensation Insurance Laws by the State" page

Internal Revenue Service Website

Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) Individual Mandate page

KFF's Subsidy Calculator

National Society of Professional Engineers' Liability of Employed Engineers page

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