Campion, Curran, Lamb & Cunabaugh (CCL&C) is a law firm based in suburban Chicago with deep roots in the legal community stretching back to 1851. Its team of expert attorneys have represented their community and clients in family law, corporate, real estate, and estate planning. They carry deep trust and terrific relationships and with their clients.
CCL&C had an established and loyal relationship with a local insurance broker. However, CCL&C decided to work with Embroker on a second look at their insurance value because doing so required virtually no additional burden of the paperwork typically associated with a policy renewal.
Campion Curran Lamb & Cunabaugh was open to an outside review
Embroker conducted a free review of CCL&C’s insurance policies and discovered opportunities to improve coverage and drastically lower the total cost of risk. CCL&C immediately transitioned their Workers’ Compensation, Property, General Liability, and Umbrella policies to Embroker, whose team worked to improve the coverage of all policies.
CCL&C quickly realizes the benefits of InsurTech and industry expertise
CCL&C was pleasantly surprised by the streamlined process — Embroker digitized CCL&C’s Professional Liability application, eliminating one the most annoying parts of insurance — paperwork. During the process, Embroker discovered some issues which miscategorized CCL&C’s risk profile, resulting in unnecessarily high rates. Embroker moved quickly to adjust and help CCL&C reduce costs and improve coverage.
Embroker enhances CCL&C’s professional liability coverage and cuts costs by nearly 50%
CCL&C saw the benefit of pricing transparency - over ten carrier quotes, an insurance policy with fewer exclusions, and drastically lower per-attorney premium.
Embroker rounds out insurance with a holistic approach
Today, CCL&C manages all of its insurance with ease using Embroker’s cloud-based software. They now have the peace of mind knowing their insurance is all handled by one relationship that delivers high-quality expertise for law firms.
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