Legal Malpractice Insurance Center

Legal Malpractice Insurance Center

Thank you for visiting.

You can learn more about legal malpractice insurance, learn more about how we help firms optimize their malpractice coverage, ask us a question, or obtain proposals for your firm.

I. Legal Malpractice Insurance Library:

II. Learn more about our approach:
Legal Malpractice Insurance…Optimized For Your Firm

III. Ask Us a Question

If you have any questions, please contact our principal broker, Curt Cooper:
Phone: (202) 802-6415
Fax: (202) 827-9821
Email: ccooper “at”

IV. Apply for Legal Malpractice Insurance

Download, fill out, and return this one-page premium estimate form.

It will give the insurers enough information about your practice to provide you with “ballpark” terms, without your having to complete a full application.

We’ll send your form to all suitable insurers, and contact you as they respond. If you like any of the estimates that we obtain, then you can complete a full application and provide any other information that the insurer needs to offer you a firm, final proposal. The premium of the final proposal usually matches or is very close to the estimate.


        •   If you filled out a full renewal application for your current insurer (not a one
or two page form that asks if your practice has changed in the last year), then send us that, instead of filling out the premium estimate form.

       •   The premium estimate form contains a grid that requires you to allocate your   firm’s last 12 months’ billings among its practice areas.

Securities law, Tax law, and other practice areas that the insurers consider higher risk, require completion of a supplement.

Attached to the premium estimate form is a page that contains the supplemental questions for Plaintiff’s Litigation, Real Estate law, Collections, and Mergers & Acquisitions.

Download the supplement for other practice areas from our applications page, or send us the most recent supplement(s) that your firm completed for its current malpractice insurer.

        •  All proposals that we obtain for you are no-cost, no-obligation.

If you accept any of them, then the insurer that offered it will pay us a percentage of the premium as a commission.

That’s our only compensation; we don’t charge any fees.

We thus have every incentive to find you the best terms available in the market.

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