Taking the (Tax) Sting out of Taxable Settlements

Structured Settlements have been available for injury victims since the late 70’s.  Countless billions have been placed in these annuities which have helped hundreds of thousands of injured parties guarantee their financial future. Since 1999, the non-qualified structured settlement has emerged as a… Read More

Good News in Cyber: A Shorter Application Process

I hope that everyone has received and reviewed their complimentary copy of the ABA’s Cyber guide provided by Lawyers Mutual.  I plan to read my copy soon!  All kidding aside, I found it to be a great resource, breaking down a complicated coverage and process into a condensed and easy to understa… Read More

Client Caught With Cheat Sheet In Deposition Hallway

Sometimes good risk management is as plain as the nose on your face. Say, for instance your client brings a cheat sheet to a deposition. The sheet might be a summary of facts, a calendar of key events, a timeline, a list of anticipated questions, something you prepared as a study aid, whatever. The point is, … Read More

Quote and Issue a Cyber Liability Policy in minutes!

We know you are busy. You don’t have extra time to take away from your work day to review additional insurance coverages for your firm, and especially to complete an application.  We have great news.  Lawyers Mutual and Lawyers Insurance has done the work for you. We have reviewed multiple Cy… Read More

Five Personal Insurance Coverages You Should Have

Umbrella –  For a small amount of premium you can add an additional $1,000,000 of liability protection to your insurance coverage.  This is one of the best ways you can protect your assets, both current and future.  Most umbrella policies range from $125 to $200 per year for the average cli… Read More

How Much Risk in Cyber Liability?

Imagine showing up to your office in the morning to find someone had broken into it. It is pretty clear what you would do – call your property insurer and file a claim.  Most firms have this coverage, so you will likely be up and running in no time.  Now let’s assume that you have come to … Read More