Insurance agent or double agent?

A few of our property owning clients seemed confused when I advised them that we handle all their claims personally. Their previous suppliers had been settling claims on behalf of the insurance company. This article highlights how not all insurance suppliers are the...

Solicitors frustrated by broker tactics

Now silly season is upon us, I thought I would update you on what is actually happening in the solicitor’s indemnity market. I know quite a few solicitors and I understand their frustrations. Rather than wax lyrical, I’m going to stick to the good, the bad...

Litigation expenses insurance – Before or after?

Insurance for legal expenses has evolved along with CFA’s. Client’s may prefer the new “hybrid” offerings that allow them to pay later. Timing is of the essence and there are ways to attract the most favourable rates. Insurance as an investment Appropriate...

Solicitor’s professional indemnity concerns

Some solicitors are still punch drunk from last year. With fewer insurance companies offering cover this year solicitors need more help than ever. Some are rolling with the punches, others have already given up. Here are the options including the good bad and ugly....

Professional Indemnity Insurance – Discover how to avoid losses

Professional advisers are not always protected by their insurance Want to know why some indemnity insurance claims are declined? I have two examples of claims being declined, one more extreme than the other, yet both prove small errors can prove costly. And I’m...