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Professional Liability for Electrical Engineers with the Aspire A&E Program


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:



  • Electrical Engineers


Exposure Concerns:

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 

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