Solictors' insurance renewal — a new dawn or same again?
So, here we are again — renewal season. Have our predictions ahead of last year’s renewal come true?
Rather like Christmas, the solicitors’ renewal season seems to start earlier each year. This year, solicitors’ insurance rarely seems to have been out of the legal news. This has largely been down to the changes to the market that will come into effect from 1 October 2013.
The more dedicated of you will know that last year we predicted increased competition and lower premiums as the Assigned Risks Pool (ARP) shut its doors for business, coupled with better regulation via COLPs and COFAs…
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