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The Wire - Issue 8, November 2011 - Focus on Naval Architecture
The following selection of articles will give you practical information on loss prevention, as well as on contract terms, illustrated by a variety of claims examples. ITIC always emphasise the importance of using a suitab
Naval Architects are professional engineers and designers responsible for the design of marine vessels and/ or offshore structures. It is hard to pigeon hole the naval architect into a global definition as so many aspects of the...
One of the benefits of insurance with ITIC is the cover provided for defence costs. As a naval architect you could receive a claim from a vessel owner for a case you worked on even if you were not negligent in yo
A naval architect was contracted to design a yacht for a race. The yacht was built and sailed over 10,000 miles without difficulties. However, when the yacht was lifted from the water, several cracks we
10 Golden Rules of loss prevention for Expert WitnessesMany members of ITIC offer to act as an expert witness as a regular part of their professional practices. There are, however, a numb
A firm of naval architects were instructed to design a vessel to be used for a new ferry service.When completed, the owners alleged that the vessel suffered from structural inadequacies, whi
STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR NAVAL ARCHITECTSIMPORTANT NOTICE These terms and conditions are published for the general interest of members of ITIC. The specific requiremen
Everyone makes mistakes...
Could your business deal with a claim for negligence?