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Sponsored by the State Bar Association:
Attorneys Liability Protection Society Inc. (ALPS) A Risk Retention Group
Other Available Carriers:
NA Admiral Insurance Company
NA Allianz
A Allied World Assurance Company
A ALPS Property & Casualty Insurance Company
NA Arch Insurance Group
A Attorney Protective
RRG Attorneys' Liability Assurance Society Inc. (ALAS) A Risk Retention Group
A Carolina Casualty
A Chartis Lawyers Professional Liability Program
A Chubb - Executive Risk
NA First Mercury Insurance Company
A Great American Insurance Company
A Hartford Specialty
NA Liberty Surplus Insurance Corporation
NA Lloyd's of London - Attorney Select
NA Old Republic Insurance Company (Chicago Underwriting Group)
A OneBeacon Insurance Company
A Plus Companies, Westchester Fire Insurance Co. - Law/Pro Plus
A State National Insurance Company
A Travelers
NA United National Insurance
A XL Select Professional (listed formerly as Greenwich Insurance Company)
A Zurich

Explanation of Terms

"Sponsored program" means that the program is sponsored by the state bar association.

"A" = Admitted. The company had met the minimum requirements established by statute and is authorized by that state to write lawyers' professional liability business. The importance of being admitted includes not only the protection to the insured of having the backing of the state's regulatory authorities to assist if a problem arises, but also the fact that the guaranty fund laws generally apply only to licensed insurers.

"NA" = Non-admitted. The company is a surplus line (non-admitted) carrier, which is a company that generally underwrites risks or part of risks for which insurance is not available through an admitted company. This business is, therefore, placed with a non-admitted insurer (a company not licensed in the state) in accordance with state surplus lines insurance laws.

"RRG" = Risk Retention Group. A special purpose liability insurance company formed under the Liability Risk Retention Act of 1986 that is wholly owned by its policyholders. After meeting the regulatory requirements of the state in which it is chartered, an RRG can provide insurance to members in other states without first having to meet their individual licensing requirements.

* Liberty International Underwriters is Admitted as to those policies it backs for Liberty Insurance Underwriters Inc., but it is Non-admitted as to those policies it backs for Liberty Surplus Insurance Corporation.

For further information, contact:
The Standing Committee on Lawyers' Professional Liability
American Bar Association
321 N. Clark St., 19th Floor
Chicago, IL 60654-7598

Updated: 03/24/2015

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