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While often regarded as a necessary evil, insurance is the prime means by which risks in construction are mitigated. As such, for an architectural practice, the advantages of having good quality and widely-scoped insurance are innumerable.This Good Practice Guide helps architects to choose the right kind of policy for their practice, providing confidence that the practice will have protection when it needs it most. Providing guidance on taking out PII cover, and explaining other important insurances too, it explains in concise practical terms the key issues relating to risk management through insurance, including the responsibilities advising clients, and the decision whether to notify your insurers or make a claim, enabling architects to make quick and correct decisions as soon as a problem arises.