Insurance: Chain of responsibility
The idea that an insurance broker owes a duty of care to his insured is widely accepted under law, but with brokers increasingly being used in chains to place risk, where does that responsibility now begin and end? Belinda Schofield and Andrew Tough report
Insurance brokers are no strangers to risk. Indeed, their primary role is to facilitate the transfer of risk through the placement of insurance cover on behalf of an insured. But what about the risks closer to home?
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