Randy Evans, left, and Shari Klevens, right. (Courtesy photos)
Statistics regarding the type, frequency and severity of legal malpractice claims submitted to insurers during 2016 were released at the end of June. From the law firm and attorney perspective, the news is generally good in that the number of malpractice claims has remained relatively steady. For insurers, however, the news is less rosy, because legal defense costs, claimed damages and settlement sums continue to climb.
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