Law Firms

With our profound industry knowledge, understanding and key underwriting relationships we see ourselves and an extension of our client’s businesses

Law Firms

Ames & Gough has proven expertise assisting law firms, large and small, to protect their assets and reduce their cost of risk. Today’s commercial market vary greatly, for that reason, we maintain deep knowledge and understanding of the professional liability insurance marketplace and foster personal relationships with key underwriters. We see ourselves and an extension of our client’s businesses and place great importance on developing an in-depth understanding of the business including practice profile, client selection and internal conflict procedures, lateral hires, mergers, etc. Bottom line, you and your partners deserve expert advice and counsel to navigate the right course to success. Let Ames & Gough help today!

Key Contacts

Eileen Garczynski
Senior Vice President/Partner
Washington, DC
Email: egarczynski@amesgough.com
Phone: 703.827.2277

Dan Knise
Executive Chair / Partner
Washington, DC
Email: dknise@amesgough.com
Phone: 703.827.2277

News

Association and NonProfits – Best Practices for Board Orientation

Association and NonProfits – Best Practices for Board Orientation

The board of directors plays a vital role in establishing and maintaining the organizational structure of a nonprofit. This elected group oversees the organization’s activities and meets periodically to discuss and vote on business affairs.

Given the critical role board members play in an organization’s overall success, these individuals need to be up-to-speed on the organization’s mission and goals. That’s where board orientation comes into play

Heightened Insurance Requirements

Heightened Insurance Requirements

In an opinion column for The Zweig Letter, Rob Hughes, senior vice president and partner, Ames & Gough provides tips and strategies for AEC firms to navigate the challenges of responding to higher professional liability insurance requirements during a hard commercial insurance market. In addition to providing insights on what’s driving the requirements, he shares tips for negotiating these demands with project owners, as well as insurance options that might help AEC firms control premium costs while meeting contractual coverage requirements.

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