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With effect from October 2010, all law firms are required to have Professional Indemnity insurance. Freisenbruch-Meyer Group is pleased to offer Bermuda law firms exclusive competitive rates with a simplified application process.


In addition, when you apply for a Practicing Certificate renewal, Freisenbruch-Meyer Group will notify the Bermuda Bar Association that your insurance is in effect.


To receive a no obligation quote, please contact:


Freisenbruch-Meyer Group
75 Front Street
Hamilton HM 12

Phone: (441) 296-3600 x 231
Fax: (441) 295-6209



Freisenbruch‐Meyer Insurance Services Ltd., with the endorsement of the Bermuda Bar Association, has designed insurance coverage tailored for the Bermuda Bar Association membership.

  • The focus is firms with five (5) lawyers or less
  • It provides affordable insurance for members which is designed to be compliant with Bermuda Bar (Insurance) Rules 2009 with preferred premium and coverage terms
  • The policy is underwritten by QBE Insurance (Europe) Ltd. Financial Strength Rating A (Excellent) AM Best. Date Affirmed September 25, 2010.


The insurance purchasing involves completion of a two (2) page proposal form with supplemental questionnaire for Outside Directorships /Trustees.


Please contact one of Freisenbruch‐Meyer Insurance Services Ltd dedicated service team members as follows: 


Gary Stockley, Vice President, Insurance Broking 

Phone: 294-4617



You have a duty to disclose all material facts to insurers. Whenever you seek new insurance or to renew or amend existing insurance this duty requires notification to insurers of any information which might influence their decision whether or not to accept the proposed risk, what premium to charge and whether any special terms or conditions apply. This duty rests entirely with an insured ‐ insurers are under no duty to make enquiries of them.


Examples of matters that may be regarded as material are:

  • Details of all past claims and circumstances, irrespective of whether or not they were insured
  • Previous cover having been cancelled or declined by insurers
  • Refusal of membership or disciplinary action taken by a Professional Body


Failure to disclose material facts may result in the policy being avoided or claims not being paid. If you are unsure about whether something would be considered material it is recommended that you notify insurers.