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UK Insurance Lawyers Brace For New Policyholder Powers

May 8, 2017, Law360

Richard Mattick is quoted in a Law360 article examining the UK's newly imposed laws on insurance policyholders, which is expected to lead to increased litigation in the area. According to Mattick, "Lawyers will be recommending that their policyholder clients be as vigilant as possible for delays by insurers and remind insurers of the new law." He further explains, "The idea was that there should be some kind of sanction applicable to insurers that caused a policyholder loss by acting unreasonably."

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