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Back to Basics – Article Four: Settlement & Insurers Consent

When you receive a claim, especially if you are still undertaking work for the Client, there may be the urge to try and nip things in the bud and come to a settlement with the Client. However, while this approach is laudable, you may also run the risk of falling foul of the terms and conditions of the policy which in turn could jeopardise any cover that could be provided for the claim.  Read this document to better understand your obligations.

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