Not one of the major insurers participating in the architects and engineers professional liability insurance market foresees lower rates for the coverage in 2011, according to a just-published broker’s survey.

Washington, D.C.-based insurance broker Ames & Gough, which conducted the survey, said that higher claims frequency driven by the economy and elevated defense costs in the age of electronic discovery are among the factors fueling the change.

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