30 September 202109:00 - 10:00 BST
In our second webinar in partnership with Griffiths & Armour, the focus will be on contractual liability.
It will detail how a growing imbalance in risk v rewards is influencing insurers’ perception of the construction sector, impacting on project delivery and leaving all parties more exposed.
When it comes to negotiating contracts, many consultants are left feeling that they’re the problem and any attempt to limit their exposure is unreasonable:
Is it in everyone’s interests that we seek to achieve a fairer balance between risk and reward?
Is it right to look for an insurance solution to what is in fact a liability problem?
Examining those questions, and picking up on feedback from the last webinar, we will explore:
What individual firms should be doing to protect their position;
The challenges they may encounter; and
The dangers for firms leaving themselves too exposed
Stephen is a Director at Griffiths & Armour Professional Risks and heads up their team of specialist Professional Indemnity claims handlers. In that capacity he has amassed a wealth of experience in the defence and/or settlement of claims against his clients. This experience informs much of the firm’s risk management activities in which he is a regular contributor to its widely acclaimed publications and a frequent speaker at events such as these.
As a Director of Griffiths & Armour Professional Risks and CEO of Griffiths & Armour Europe DAC, Graeme heads up teams looking after the interests of construction professionals operating across the UK and Ireland. Graeme is a Chartered Insurance Broker and a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute.
Griffiths & Armour is a leading Professional Indemnity insurance broker and risk management adviser, providing a personal and responsive service to their clients. They act for over 3,000 firms of construction consultants.
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