Allianz Legal Protection win Personal Injury Insurance Provider of the Year

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27 November 2015


Allianz 200Allianz Legal Protection (ALP) is delighted to have won Personal Injury Insurance Provider of the Year.

The Eclipse Proclaim Personal Injury Awards is a prestigious awards ceremony held annually in London. The awards are a celebration of the excellence of individuals and organisations across the sector.

Phil Ruse head of legal protection sales and distribution commented: “We are delighted that the judges recognised our excellent service, innovative products and that we place our clients at the heart of everything that we do.

“We would like to thank all of our business partners for their support, and our colleagues at Allianz who live our values every day to deliver support to our customers when they need it most.”

“Whatever the market challenges, we will always seek to find solutions which enable our partner law firms to embrace change with confidence, doing what is always ultimately right for their clients. This underpins our approach to product design and service quality.”

 



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