According to the American Bar Association, a lawyer can expect to be the subject of three malpractice or professional liability claims during their career, though only about one of those claims is likely to result in an indemnity payment.
Malpractice is an aspect of practicing law that attorneys don’t like to think about.
Nevertheless, having proper professional liability insurance coverage for your law practice is extremely important.
Some jurisdictions regulate professional liability and require lawyers to provide proof of insurance to clients and state regulators.
It’s easy to understanding the need for professional liability insurance, but knowing what your current policy covers is an important – but not always easy to decipher.
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