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Insurance at Browne Jacobson

We are trusted advisors to the insurance sector, working alongside insurers, policyholders, brokers and public bodies, with over £1 billion of clients’ reserves under our stewardship.  We help our clients manage risk early, provide excellence in claims resolution and post risk support. Our clients choose and stay with us because of our extensive sector knowledge, accessible advice and our commitment to delivering exceptional service every time.


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What our clients say....



Thank you so much for your work on the project. You really have gone the extra mile and made a significant financial impact on the business. We could not have completed the work without you.

Head of Technical Wordings, London Market Insurer


High quality and very responsive, with leading client service.

James Pilgrim-Morris, Head of Claims, Hiscox UK and Ireland

What the directories say...



Browne Jacobson are an extremely polished and professional firm. They present themselves impeccably and their capabilities are admirable. The individuals working for the firm are extremely respectable and clearly immensely knowledgeable. Overall, they exude trust.

Legal 500 2021


A very close knit insurance focused team with top notch skills across the full gamut from coverage through regulatory to corporate. You get as good if not better than a magic circle service.

Legal 500 2021

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Browne Jacobson launches innovative legal and compliance solution for insurance intermediaries

With the fast pace of legal and regulatory changes, Browne Jacobson is launching its ‘In-house for intermediaries’ service for brokers and MGAs.

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Press releases

Browne Jacobson wins Inclusion & Diversity Award at the National Insurance Awards 2022

Insurance law firm Browne Jacobson has won the Inclusion & Diversity Award at the National Insurance Awards 2022. The National Insurance Awards are judged by an independent panel of experts and celebrate excellence in the sector by highlighting the very best in general insurance provision and management.

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Legal updates

Should the UK Financial Conduct Authority bring "competitiveness" back into its regulatory agenda?

Earlier this year, the government recommended that the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) bring "competitiveness" back into its regulatory agenda. In a letter to the FCA, the government stated that it wanted the UK to be "globally competitive" while encouraging the FCA to "promote competition" in financial services.

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Legal updates

Levelling Up, Evictions, and the Implications for Property Professionals

The Government’s much-publicised ‘levelling-up’ programme brings with it a number of changes and challenges for property professionals which, without careful preparation, could see a steep rise in allegations and claims for professional negligence.

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