Synergy Professional Associates, in partnership with Tokio Marine HCC – Professional Lines Group, has launched two new lawyers professional liability programs focusing on small law firms in Arizona and Texas.
The new facilities target small law firms from one to 35 attorneys. The programs are written by U.S. Specialty Insurance Co., an admitted carrier in Arizona and Texas.
Limits available up to $5 million/$5 million. Deductibles starting at $1,000 per claim. The policy features coverage for disciplinary proceedings, as well as subpoena assistance, public relations reimbursement, and network security and privacy liability sub-limits.
Synergy has been writing lawyers professional liability on both a standard and surplus lines basis.
According to Michele McCrohan, SVP of Synergy Professional Associates, the new partnership with Tokio Marine HCC – Professional Lines Group will continue to expand Synergy’s national footprint in the space.
Synergy Professional Associates, Inc. is a program manager, managing general agent,
and surplus lines broker specializing in professional liability. It operates on an open broker basis with duly appointed producers.
Tokio Marine HCC is the marketing name used to describe the affiliated companies under the common ownership of HCC Insurance Holdings, Inc., a Delaware incorporated insurance holding company. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Tokio Marine HCC is a leading specialty insurance group with offices in the United States, the United Kingdom and Continental Europe.
Tokio Marine HCC is a member of the Tokio Marine Group. The Professional Lines Group, a member of Tokio Marine HCC, provides protection against claims arising from professional negligence, which can lead to financial losses, expensive litigation and staggering jury awards. The group offers miscellaneous professional liability for all kinds of professionals, businesses and consultants and
underwrites the most diverse and complex types of coverage to help keep one’s budget
and operations intact.
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