View more on these topics offers discounted services has announced a 20% discount on its search indemnities and defect cover policies when solicitors buy more than one policy.

The website, which has also raised its indemnity limit to £2m is releasing the discount offers after the launch of further lender and owner residential covers to the site.

The 20% discount applies to all of the policies now offered by

Vik Panchal, sales manager for, says: “We operate in a market that has suffered stagnation, complacency and a lack of innovation for far too long. We believe our indemnity limit, our new breadth of cover options, our fast service website, and our competitive pricing will make the first port of call for lawyers to obtain residential or commercial legal indemnity insurance online. I’m looking forward to introducing further services over the coming months.”


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