The Leavitt Group and The Hanover Insurance Group have joined forces to bring AILA members better professional liability insurance protection through the AILA Lawyers Malpractice Insurance Program. The program delivers protection at a preferred rate not available to non-members.
The AILA Lawyers Malpractice Insurance Program is available exclusively to active AILA members. Non-members can obtain a FREE comparison proposal, but must join AILA prior to binding coverage.
To obtaining a FREE, no-obligation, comparison proposal from the AILA Lawyers Professional Liability Insurance Program is easy, you can either:
CURRENT Policyholders - Manage Your EXISTING Account
Even the best-run law firm can be sued. Attorneys in private practice have a 4% to 17% chance of being sued for malpractice each year. As one of several risk management best practices, a lawyers professional liability insurance policy will protect you and your firm from financial loss arising from mistakes or errors and omissions in the course of providing legal advice to your clients.
The goal of the AILA Lawyers Malpractice Insurance Program is to provide the protection necessary for you and your practice. Our program delivers enhanced professional liability insurance coverage protection at a preferred rate not available to non-members.
Here are a few of our featured coverage enhancements - NO additional charge:
Contact us to learn more about additional no-costs coverage enhancements and/or optional policy endorsements. Then, compare your current policy and see if you can reduce your total costs of risk, improve your coverage, and/or reduce your current insurance premium.
The AILA Lawyers Malpractice Insurance Program is managed by the Leavitt Group, the 3rd largest privately-held insurance brokerage in the nation. The Hanover Insurance Group (and AIX Specialty Insurance Company, a member of The Hanover Insurance Group) is the insurance underwriters for the AILA Lawyers Malpractice Insurance Program. The program is offered in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.