Partner, Attorney at law
Arthur Hedeman has been a lawyer since 2010 and specializes in liability, construction and insurance law.
Arthur has extensive experience with commercial claims, policy disputes and technical damages. He also supports companies in managing their liability risks by, among other things, drawing up contracts and general terms and conditions.
His knowledge of both construction law and insurance law makes him of great value in the settlement of construction damage. Arthur specializes in particular in the connections between the various construction contracts and the types of insurance relevant to construction, such as AVB, CAR, VGV, BOV, Fire and machine breakdown, land material and goods transport insurance.
Arthur regularly handles complex liability and policy matters. Clients rely on his specialist knowledge and strategic insight. Although Arthur does not shy away from conducting procedures, he opts for a pragmatic approach where possible.
- Annotator for the journal Jurisprudentie Liability (JA)
- Annotator for the journal Jurisprudence Liability and Insurance Law (RAV)
- Guest lecturer Master Insurance & Liability at Erasmus University Rotterdam
- Guest lecturer Professional Liability Accountant at University of Applied Sciences Utrecht
- Member of the Association of Construction Lawyers (VBR-A)
- Member of the Association for Liability and Compensation Law (VASR)
- Member of the Association for Insurance Science (VVVW)
- ‘Concurrence of CAR insurances’, JA 2019, 79;
- ‘Immaterial damage. Can the civil court award an additional amount of compensation after this claim has already been (fully) awarded in the criminal proceedings?’, RAV 2019, 19;
- ‘CAR insurance: insured interest, material damage, insured maintenance period’, JA 2018, 106;
- ‘Proportional liability. What is the probability that the claimant had successfully completed his studies and can the claimant claim reimbursement of paid tuition fees and loss of free time?’, RAV 2018, 90;
- ‘Cost of party expert. Can the defendants claim reimbursement of the costs of the party expert engaged by them?’, RAV 2017, 75;
- ‘Recognition of liability. Can a liability insurer renege on acknowledging the insured’s liability if there are serious doubts about the reliability of the statements made by the insured?’, RAV 2017, 26.