Presented by John M. Lowe P.E., Lowe Consulting

Explore the basics of failure analysis through case histories of projects that did not go as planned and learn the fundamentals of professional liability insurance. This presentation provides specific recommendations to reduce the probability of having a professional liability claim and minimize the time and expense to all parties and preserve a positive client/consultant relationship when a claim occurs.

Learning objectives:

1. Understand the basics of failure analysis
2. Understand the basis for a professional liability claim
3. Learn ways to avoid a professional liability claim
4. Learn how to navigate the professional liability claims process

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Failure Analysis and the Professional Liability Claims Process

About the Speaker:

John is a 1961 Civil Engineering graduate from the University of Florida. Following three years of military service as an Army pilot, he enjoyed forty-six years as a consulting engineer involved in both private and public projects as project manager, principal-in-charge, or office manager. He has been registered and practiced in FL, GA, SC, CA, and OR. In 2010, he retired from full-time employment and formed Lowe Consulting, LLC and began giving back to the profession by sharing what he had learned about contracting for professional services by teaching on this subject. John authored and self-published the book: A Guide to Managing Engineering and Architectural Design Services Contracts – What Every Project Manager Needs to Know.