“There is no doubt that the terrorism insurance landscape continues to change at a rapid pace,” said Pinsent Masons LLP’s insurance law expert Nicholas Bradley. “The question is how quickly insurers are going to be able to adapt.”
In an article published on the law firm’s Out-Law.com website, Bradley was commenting on Pool Re’s terrorism frequency report released last month. The report, which looked at the Salisbury attack in March, highlighted the evolving threat and the corresponding gap in coverage.
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