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Risk Update – October 2015 edition

By Kevin J. McParland
01.10.15
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MFL Professional’s monthly update for solicitors and Manchester Law Society member publication ‘The Messenger’, concerning the ever-changing landscape of solicitors Professional Indemnity.

If your firm hasn’t yet secured renewal or the process is proving to be difficult, either due to pricing or lack of options, please feel free to discuss with us. We are the MLS preferred Professional Indemnity Insurance Broker.

We will be happy to provide a no-obligation second opinion by way of a confidential, discreet and trustworthy discussion, either over the telephone or face to face, offering genuinely independent advice on your renewal offer and any alternatives already obtained or, if required, to seek such alternatives from appropriate insurers.

Our opinion will take into account your claims record including any outstanding matters and, importantly, whether a change of Insurer is actually to be recommended or not – the correct advice may be to maintain your existing insurer relationship.

To reiterate, our advice will be genuinely independent, forming part of our service to MLS members. We will only seek to obtain alternative options if you specifically wish us to do so.

If you do wish to discuss with us, our contact details are below.

Contact us for free, no obligation advice. Access our Solicitors’ PI insurance application forms here.

Richard Gledhill, Executive Consultant – Financial Lines

E: richardg@m-f-l.co.uk

T: 0161 237 7725

M: 07984 879124

John Jones, Development Executive

E: johnj@m-f-l.co.uk

T: 0161 237 7739

M: 07872 501955

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