Two Great ISBA Member Benefits Sponsored by
ISBA Mutual Lawyers Malpractice Insurance
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A Value of $1,344, Included with Membership
Free CLE
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Complimentary Loss Prevention Download from ISBA Mutual

Please enjoy this gift from our malpractice insurance partner, ISBA Mutual!

Almost 30 years ago, ISBA Mutual was created with a simple mission: to be a benefit to the members of the ISBA. We will be celebrating this longstanding relationship throughout ISBA Member Appreciation Month.

To help you put your best face forward, ISBA Mutual is sponsoring the Free Business Portraits Giveaway.

Also in celebration of ISBA Member Appreciation Month, ISBA Mutual is sharing some valuable resources that are normally available exclusively to ISBA Mutual insured firms, starting with a complimentary download of our e-book The Fundamentals of Loss Prevention for Lawyers!

Legal malpractice claims affect lawyers in every area of law. Even practices that were once thought to be immune from malpractice claims such as criminal and defense work are seeing a rise in claims. Furthermore, the chance of being sued does not diminish with experience. On the contrary, statistics indicate that the greatest percentage of legal malpractice claims are made against lawyers who have been practicing ten years or more.

Establishing a new loss prevention program can be a daunting task. The Fundamentals of Loss Prevention for Lawyers can be used as a guide for setting up your firm's program. Roughly 45% of all legal malpractice claims are caused by administrative errors and client relations problems, so taking a morning or afternoon each month to review your firm's loss prevention program is time well spent.

In addition to sharing information on how to avoid administrative and client relation problems, ISBA Mutual is committed to helping lawyers avoid substantive errors, such as failure to know the law. That's why we sponsor Free Online CLE, Fastcase, the ISBA Solo & Small Firm Institute Series, and much more.

Posted on May 5, 2017 by Sara Anderson
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