With consolidation both in the insurance and legal sector and ongoing regulatory change leading to a reduction in litigation frequency, the steps we have taken in recent years to diversify our offerings have enabled us to thrive in a changing market.
DWF offer a range of claims and non-claim services to our insurance clients. We house a full service insurance team, handling thousands of outsourced motor, casualty, property and professional indemnity claims on an annual basis, whilst continuing to handle the most high value, complex and often sensitive claims for our clients. We are leaders in innovation, combining technology and service excellence.
Our corporate and commercial service gives our clients a full service offering whatever their business needs and objectives.
With investment in our non-contentious corporate insurance team in London, we have broadened our offering to the insurance market beyond claims.
Our insurance and regulatory teams have been involved in some of the highest profile and sensitive claims this year, often with intense media coverage.
Our clients include some of the UK's largest and well-known insurers, adjusters and corporates, including Aviva, RSA, Zurich, Chubb, Allianz, Direct Line and QBE, some of which stretch back over 20 years.
DWF and Crown Office Chambers invite you to a summer series of virtual seminars.
DWF, DWF Risk and Resile have brought together some of their most experienced workplace health risk specialists to form an advisory panel, and assist you to manage the safe and productive return to the workplace post COVID-19 shutdown.
DWF Insurance Brief May/June looks at the early effects of Covid-19 on claims handling, success stories from our Mo… https://t.co/rnjRAJvrFP
Partner Ian Slater reviews the very first virtual conference hosted by the DWF insurance team, which saw over 4,000… https://t.co/QH1iRWGdVZ
What amounts to a good reason to depart from budgeted costs at a detailed assessment? A recent case addresses two matters in answering this question: the role of an "underspend" and non-completion of a litigation phase.
Due to the accelerated spread of COVID-19, exceptional measures have been adopted. Here we identify the essential issues that have an impact on the private insurance and reinsurance sector.
On Monday, DWF's Insurance team began their biggest online conference to date, The DWF Virtual Cat PI & Occupationa… https://t.co/PVBBIQWxjB
We've had over 2,800 attendees over the 2 & half days @ the DWF Virtual Insurance CAT PI & Occu Health conference,… https://t.co/13UDsaWMIl
This morning Partner Ian Slater started the first session of the day @ the DWF Insurance CAT PI & Occu Health Confe… https://t.co/pHsBqNsltg
This article looks at how to minimise the risk of professional negligence claims against solicitors, which could arise as a consequence of the Covid-19 crisis in Ireland.
The DWF Virtual CAT PI and Occupational Health Insurance Conference hosted on 18 to 21 May 2020 is fast approaching. Speaker Michelle Knapp outlines her talk on day two which will focus on the Serious Injury Guide.
In readiness for DWF's inaugural Virtual Cat PI and Occupational Health Insurance Conference 2020 on 18-21 May 2020, Damien van Brunschot discusses the current casualty issues and market trends in Australia.
DWF, the global legal business, has appointed two new partners in the Insurance Sector with Karen Mann joining in the Fraud and Financial Crime group and Ian Welland joining the Professional Indemnity group.
As one of the key speakers at the forthcoming Virtual Cat PI and Occupational Health Insurance Conference, Simon Murray explains how DWF's Connected Services is supporting our insurer clients during these complex times and how we are helping clients to create response plans to the current crisis.
What amounts to a good reason to depart from budgeted costs at a detailed assessment? A recent case addresses two matters in answering this question: ...
Due to the accelerated spread of COVID-19, exceptional measures have been adopted. Here we identify the essential issues that have an impact on the pr...
This article looks at how to minimise the risk of professional negligence claims against solicitors, which could arise as a consequence of the Covid-1...
In readiness for DWF's inaugural Virtual Cat PI and Occupational Health Insurance Conference 2020 on 18-21 May 2020, Damien van Brunschot discuss...
We held a webinar in partnership with the Forum of Insurance Law to discuss the many problems facing the insurance industry in the face of this unprec...
The DWF Poland team is monitoring on an ...
The COVID-19 virus has dislocated every aspect of normal social, family and business life. There are no precedents. There is no guide as to how we ...