Managing Risk in Your Interior Design Business
Learn how to effectively protect your business from risk exposure and expensive lawsuits.
Understand the most common legal claims faced by interior design business owners, and recognize and minimize problems before they arise. Through use of examples, you will become familiar with the most typical scenarios by which interior designers can be sued or otherwise face liability, helping you avoid costly mistakes. Scenarios cover trouble spots such as code violations, contractual issues, subcontractors, and difficult clients, among others.
You will also learn about the important role that liability insurance can play in protecting your business and ensuring that you don't lose everything you've built. Find more information on ASID Small Business Solutions and ASID Member Liability Insurance (exclusive to ASID members)
- Protecting Yourself, Your Work and Your Business
- PDF Downloads:
- Top Three Claims for Interior Designers
- Eight Common Trouble Spots
What You Will Learn
- Identify the most common types of claims made against interior designers
- Explain the role that liability insurance plays in your risk management strategy
Jeremy Welsh, CIC
Executive Vice President, Commercial Lines
Jeremy Welsh is an Executive Vice President with HUB International, a top 5 global broker, working out of the Washington, DC office. Jeremy has nearly 20 years of experience in property, casualty, and risk management consulting, with a specialty in the Design professional industry. Jeremy is a frequent speaker at nonprofit and design industry events across the nation. He has authored numerous articles and is published in “Interior Design in Practice: Case Studies of Successful Business Models.” Jeremy designed the exclusive ASID professional liability insurance program for over 15,000 designers nationwide. He is a leading expert on professional, management and cyber liability and affinity program offerings.