Avoidance and Rejection of Policies and Claims September 10, 2021

Practitioners need to be aware of their duties and obligations relating to their cover. It is imperative that they familiarise themselves with the requirements, as set out, in the notification clause of their policies. Similarly, insurers need to be alert to any potential claims which may be instituted against them. Practitioners are therefore required to notify insurers of any adverse events which may or are likely to give rise to a claim.

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