Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Company of North Carolina has declared a policyholder dividend equal to approximately 6.9% of the final premium paid on your 2018 policy. This dividend, which represents a 23% increase over last year, will be paid at policy expiration and
represent the fifteenth time since 1999 and the eighth consecutive year that Lawyers Mutual has paid a policyholder dividend.
What would happen if you or a key employee were unable to work because of a disability?
If simply asking that question causes you anxiety, you should know about an insurance product designed - and discounted - for your law firm.
Lawyers Insurance, the official agency of the N.C. Bar Association, offers a Group Long-Term Disability (LTD) Plan tailored for lawyers and their employees. It provides comprehensive benefits and requires no medical underwriting.
Did you know you might be sitting on an asset that's worth more than you ever imagined? It's your law practice. You've spent years building your practice. You've invested time, effort and money in it. Don't let your investment go to waste.
By planning now, you can:
Set your own retirement timeline,
Reap financial benefit from your investment in your law firm,
Over the past several years, Lawyers Mutual has repeatedly warned attorneys about wire fraud scams that can result in the diversion of funds to a hacker. While wire fraud remains an active and significant risk, it is important to remember that other potential scams may also be lurking in your inbox.
In the last few months, we have received several reports of North Carolina lawyers being targeted by counterfeit check scams. These scams have been around for years and can cause significant losses if attorneys and staff are not vigilant.
Save the Date! The North Carolina Bar Association presents Living Law: Ideals, Issues and Human Interests (Law and the Humanities)
May 8, 2019
North Carolina Bar Center
8000 Weston Parkway
Cary, NC 27513
This unique professionalism program probes the relationship between the law and human culture, primarily through a review of literature and enhanced through five basic sessions facilitated by course planners David Hostetler and Gray Wilson.