Eighteen solicitors fail to get insurance
Eighteen firms of solicitors have been unable to obtain professional indemnity insurance for 2010, according to the Law Society.
Eighteen firms of solicitors have been unable to obtain professional indemnity insurance for 2010, according to the Law Society. Law Society president Gerry Doherty said there had been a widespread fear that possibly many hundreds of firms would be unable to secure insurance because of rising claim costs. ‘‘Thankfully, this has not come to pass,” said Doherty.
‘‘On the contrary, of the 2,249 firms that the society has on record, only 0.8 per...
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