Travelers Europe expands web experience for solicitors
The Travelers Companies, Inc. (NYSE: TRV) today announced the launch of its redesigned law firm section on www.travelers.co.uk. The site features new quoting capabilities, videos and in-depth information to help solicitors minimize risk, navigate a changing industry and learn more about the different insurance coverages needed for their business.
Jon Davies, Vice President of Bond & Specialty Insurance at Travelers, said, “We found that law firm owners were increasingly seeking out information related to their risks and concerns, so we consolidated more than a decade of expertise into one, easy-to-navigate location for them. The redesigned site allows solicitors to quickly gather the information they’re looking for, while staying focused on growing their business.”
On the site, legal insurance professionals from Travelers and other industry experts share insights on addressing the challenges facing the legal sector today, including:
- Determining the role artificial intelligence has in the legal sector.
- Ensuring systems and documents are secured in and out of the office as flexible working environments become more pervasive.
- Understanding the risks and exposures associated with operating a law firm.
- Effectively using data from external sources through open source platforms.
Law firms in England and Wales with fewer than 10 employees (or less than £2.5 million in revenues) can also use the site to begin the professional indemnity insurance buying process. After responding to a few basic questions about the business in an online form, a Travelers underwriter connects with them directly to deliver a quote and confirm the coverage.
Travelers has operated in Europe for decades in both the general insurance market and through Lloyd’s. Travelers Insurance Company Limited offers business insurance, bond and specialty insurance and risk management services. Travelers Syndicate 5000 at Lloyd’s underwrites specialist and complex business classes, including marine, global property, power and utilities, accident and special risks, aviation and energy.