PDI has programs for a broad range of architects and engineers and other design professionals across the United States. Here are a few of the classes we cover:  

Who We Cover

  • Architectural firms
  • Landscape architects
  • Civil engineers
  • Surveyors
  • Mechanical engineers
  • Structural engineers
  • Electrical engineers
  • Interior designers
  • Technical design consultants

 

We represent carriers with the best design professional insurance available. We’ve even helped craft some of these programs. Some of the coverages we’re able to offer include: 

Coverages We Offer

  • Worldwide coverage
  • Pollution incident coverage
  • Definition of “Insured Person” includes temporary or leased personnel and retired personnel
  • Predecessor firm coverage, including joint ventures
  • Automatic 90-day coverage for acquired or merged entities
  • Marital or domestic partner extension
  • Innocent insured provision
  • Deductible mediation credit of 50% subject to a $12,500 maximum
  • Defendants′ reimbursement of expenses — $500 per day subject to $12,500 maximum (reimbursement applies day one)
  • Punitive damages extension where allowable by law
  • Blanket waiver of subrogation provision
  • Automatic excess coverage for separately insured projects
  • Cost effective options to increase policy limits
  • Extended reporting period options up to 5 years
  • Directors & Officers, Fiduciary Liability and Employment Practices Liability coverages
  • High SIR (Excess) programs up to $10M limits

If you’re working on a new account, or would like someone else to take a look at an existing account, give us call. We’d be happy to review the case with you and let you know if we can help you close the deal and/or provide more comprehensive coverage to your design professional clients.  (317) 570-6945

About PDI

PDI is an Indianapolis-based wholesale brokerage firm with a national network that includes thousands of insurance agents, brokers, architects, engineers and contractors in all 50 states. Since PDI’s beginning in 1980, we’ve handled a single line of coverage: errors & omissions (E&O) for design professionals.

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