We think it’s 1 2 watch.
The firm’s latest offerings are 4ExpertProtect and 4ExecProtect, which have taken their places alongside RJW’s other volume arms 4Legal and the sadly numeric-less Claims Direct.
This time, though, the target market is lawyers, rather than sufferers of trips and slips (see story).
In a nutshell, if you a lawyer (or company executive) worried about the rising levels of regulation and want to make sure you don’t fall foul then RJW and its underwriter Hiscox are on hand to sort you out.
Or, you could just instruct your usual fraud lawyers if and when you get into a scrape.
Though they might not have quite as snazzy a name and – boringly – it’ll only be made up of letters.
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