First up was AvMA’s Annual Clinical Negligence Conference followed, a week later, by the APIL Advanced Brain and Spinal Cord Conference. Both exhibitions are regularly in our events calendar as they provide an invaluable opportunity for us to connect with new prospects and re-connect with our current partners.
Both events were extremely busy for us, so apologies to anyone who didn’t get the chance to speak to us on our stands, please do contact us below if you would like a chat! Even though each event has a different demographic of delegates, our message is always the same.
For more than a decade, ARAG has led the way in delivering innovative after-the-event insurance solutions to law firms throughout the country. Many will talk of ‘access to justice’, but ARAG is still driven by its founding principle, more than 80 years old, that “…every person should be able to assert their legal rights, not just those who can afford it.”
Nowhere is this principle more important than in our mission to ensure justice continues to be accessible to those who have sustained severe and sometimes catastrophic injuries. At a time when claimant firms and their clients have been confronted with successive challenges, seemingly perpetual reform and shifting regulatory and market conditions, ARAG has stood firm, developing and adapting products to satisfy increasingly demanding requirements, especially in the personal injury and clinical negligence sectors.
The design of our Recourse range of after-the-event solutions has always focused on simplicity. Products that a solicitor can easily explain and a client can readily understand; products free from complex underwriting mechanisms and onerous conditions; products, put simply, that work.
As a result, we are regularly shortlisted for a string of awards, from Personal Injury Insurance Provider of the Year to Legal Expenses Team of the Year, ARAG has been recognised as the outstanding provider of legal expenses insurance solutions for law firms and their clients.
I always enjoy attending events like those put on by AvMA and APIL as they offer a perfect mix of business and networking. Then again, maybe that’s why I have now decided to take on the challenge of Dry July!
a charity close to our hearts at ARAG; FOCUS. The motivation to stay off the alcohol and enjoy a range of non-alcoholic beverages throughout the month comes from the knowledge that any donations received will enable the charity to invest in projects that make hospitals better. Their aim is to create a comfortable and positive environment for all their patients and staff, investing in improvements to buildings, state of the art equipment and extra care over and above that provided by the NHS. If you would like to show your support, please click here.
Going forward, we are supporting the St John’s Chamber and AvMA Charity Dinner in Bristol on the 21st September and exhibiting at the APIL Clinical Negligence Conference in Brighton on the 5th and 6th of October – I hope to see you there!