You may have a coverage issue or a problem with policy interpretation or construction. You may be dealing with issues arising from negligence or breach of fiduciary duty, E&O insurance, property losses or D&O liability. Your concerns may arise from financial product mis-selling or industry regulation.
Whatever challenges you’re facing, you will want to work with lawyers who understand your industry and business drivers. You need advisers who can engage knowledgeably and intelligently at many levels with many interested parties, are articulate and who remain focused on achieving your business objectives and outcomes.
Our insurance group sits within our nationally based practice, with excellent lawyers operating across a range of legal disciplines. We have, at your disposal, the resources you would expect of specialists in our industry sectors.
Our clients want their cases resolved promptly and cost effectively and will benefit from the creative and business talents we employ to that end. We know you want certainty about costs and ease of access, which is what we will provide alongside our outstanding client service ethos.
In a professional negligence context, we act for insurers of lawyers, accountants, actuaries and construction professionals including architects, engineers, surveyors and designers. We also act for insurers of company directors, brokers of financial services and insurance products and health professionals.
We work as an integral part of your team. Our excellent insurance lawyers work together from offices in London, Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and Norwich, enhancing your service provision and reputation by adopting a commercial approach; maintaining good working relationships; ensuring the maintenance of respect and trust between parties; demonstrating fairness and reasonableness; and providing a service that will stand any degree of scrutiny.
Acting for around 40 Lloyds and London market insurers and reinsurers, we are applauded by the legal directories for the quality of our service provision to clients and the cost effectiveness of our output. We aim to be more than lawyers advising clients on a dispute — we are also trusted business advisers with tried-and-tested resources at your disposal.
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