Electrical engineering dates back to the late 19th century. These engineers help us in almost every aspect of our lives.
- There are more than 300k electrical engineers in the U.S.
- The job outlook for electrical engineers is growing through 2020
How to Quote:
- Email submission to Michelle@stuckey.com
- Electrical Engineers
1) No conveyor and conveyor systems
2) No marine projects
3) No aerospace or nuclear projects
4) Does the applicant offer any other types of engineering services?
Key Underwriting Questions:
1) What types of projects is the applicant working on?
2) Who are the top applicants top 3 clients?
3) Does the applicant have current E&O insurance?
- Limits up to $2M
- Revenue up to $2M
- Deductibles from $5k to $25K
If you have any questions or would like to talk to an underwriter regarding this class, please feel free to email Michelle@stuckey.com or visit our website at Stuckey.com for more information on the Aspire A&E program for professional liability for architects and engineers