Brown & Brown Lawyer Plan Now Accepting Competitors’ Apps

January 20, 2006

Brown & Brown, Inc. has reported that its Lawyer’s Protector Plan insurance program will begin offering bindable quotes using competitors’ “long form” application forms for new lawyers professional liability insurance coverage.

The competitor’s form must be accompanied by LPPs one-page bridge application and representation statement supplement.

Located in Tampa, Fla., LPP specializes in providing lawyers’ professional liability insurance for law firms across the country with one to 10 attorneys.

“I am confident our agents will enjoy being able to use competitors’ applications in order to receive a bindable quote from LPP. This should save a lot of time for the agent and for the insured law firm,” said Stephen S. van Wert, executive vice president of Brown & Brown’s Professional Programs Division.

LPP began operations in 1983 and now provides coverage in 42 states and the District of Columbia.

The LPP program is currently underwritten by Greenwich Insurance Company, a member of the XL Capital group, rated “A+” by A.M. Best. Greenwich Insurance Company is a primary insurance company licensed to write property and casualty insurance throughout the United States and is a member insurer of XL Capital Ltd’s insurance operations branded as “XL Insurance”.

All applications and supplements are available on LPP(R)’s website at .

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