Professional indemnity insurance customers offered free advice service

Thanks to the recent partnership between one commercial insurance provider and a law firm, professional indemnity insurance customers in the construction industry will now be offered a free collateral warranty advice service.

Commercial insurer CNA Europe has teamed up with law firm Mills & Reeve in order to provide a service to business insurance policy holders with access to a team of specialist lawyers.  The new free advice service has been developed to ensure construction industry policy holders are not adversely affected in regards to their insurance cover when undertaking new contractual relationships.

CNA Europe’s UK professional indemnity insurance manager, Tina Booth, released a statement in which she said the business liability insurance provider has continually striven to aid its clients improve the functions of their risk management efforts. By offering this new service, Ms Booth continued, these capabilities will be boosted.  Additionally, the CNA Europe spokeswoman stated that the new free advice service will add real value to the businessess of the insurer’s customers through both time and cost savings.

CNA Europe has both a productive and strong relationship with insurance sector experts Mills & Reeve, Ms Booth added.  She concluded her statement by commenting that the new partnership with the law firm will set the insurer apart as a business insurance provider to the construction industry.

Businesses who hold policies through CNA Europe are also eligible to receive discounts on any other legal services that Mills & Reeve offers.  The law firm, which is one of the 50 largest law firms based in the UK, specialises in several business-related fields of law such as M&A, regulation, employment and contract negotiation.  Mills & Reeve has six offices in the UK in Norwich, Cambridge, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds and London and employs over 800 staff inclusive of partners and other lawyers.

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