Another success for ARAG at the Personal Injury Awards

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17 November 2014


ARAG was crowned Personal Injury Insurance Provider of the Year on 12 November,  for a third consecutive year and the fourth time in 7 years.  Criteria such as service, innovation and communication were judged by a leading panel of experts from the legal and insurance industry.

“We are absolutely delighted after our wins in 2012 and 2013”, comments ARAG director and head of ATE, Paul Hurley. “We would like to thank everyone in the industry as well as our teams at head office in Bristol for their fantastic support and contributions that have made us once again secure recognition as Personal Injury Insurance Provider of the Year, in 2014”.

“We are focussed on delivering market leading products and services so this very important and significant award reflects our ability to adapt from pre-LASPOA to post-LASPOA* business models with a host of appropriate and innovative ATE solutions. These have helped our company grow into a leading provider that is stable, profitable and approachable and our partnerships with legal firms continue to flourish as a result”.

* Legal Aid Sentencing & Punishment of Offenders Act 2013



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