Synergy Professional Associates Announces New Policy, Focusing on Small Hard-to-Place Law Firms

August 26, 2009

August 26, 2009 – Kinnelon, NJ – Synergy Professional Associates announces new broadened policy language to their Lawyers Professional Liability Program, which focuses on small hard-to-place law firms.

The new policy provides the following coverage enhancements include Loss of Earnings; Disciplinary Procedures; Independent Contractors; and Worldwide coverage.

The facility targets firms from 1 – 15 attorneys who have difficulty finding coverage in the standard markets as a result of Claims, Area of Practice or Disciplinary Matters.

Limits are up to $2,000,000/$4,000,000 with higher limits available. The minimum premium is $5,000 and is available in all 50 states. Coverage can be individually crafted.

The program is available on a direct basis or to all licensed producers in all states on a non-admitted basis, underwritten by Beazley’s Lloyds syndicates 623/2623. Security is Best’s rated A XV.

“The principles of Synergy have written hard-to-place law firms since 1991. Beazley Group constantly strives to bring the best products and services to the market. We’re pleased to be able to offer this value added product to the surplus lines and hard-to-place Lawyers Professional Liability market,” said Ira Dawer, President of Synergy Professional Associates, Inc.

About Synergy Professional Associates, Inc.

Synergy Professional Associates, Inc. is a Managing General Agency & Surplus Lines Broker specializing in Professional Liability. Our highly experienced staff provides exceptional service to producers throughout the United States. The principles of Synergy have been writing Professional Liability since 1991. Synergy operates on an open broker basis with duly appointed producers.

For information or access to the program, please contact Michele McCrohan at 973-995-0519 or via email at or Jorge Malve or via email at Additional information may be found at

For information contact:

Ira J. Dawer, CPCU, RPLU

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