Trade Voice: Bila’s Brooks on why ‘policyholders good, insurers bad’ attitudes don’t wash

Dan Brooks_lawyer at Wynterhill_committee member - BILA

Dan Brooks, British Insurance Law Association committee member, and policyholder coverage lawyer at Wynterhill LLP, discusses why tribalism in the claims sector does not help the insurance industry in the long-run.

As a coverage lawyer who only acts for policyholders when they find themselves with a business critical or personally vital coverage issue, I hear the tribal drums all too often: they took my premium

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