Our Casualty and Specialty team is dedicated to provide bespoke liability solutions to clients across industries, tailored to their specific insurance needs.

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Casualty insurance is at the center of protecting your business

In today’s ever-evolving world, risk is constantly developing and changing. Whether it is the complexing legal and regulatory environment, the volatile capital markets, or the changing social and technological trends, clients’ liability exposure is exponentially developing in size, shape, and form.

Our Casualty and Specialty team is dedicated to provide bespoke liability solutions to clients across industries, tailored to their specific insurance needs.

Through our team of experts, we aim to cultivate a full understanding of our clients’ business through in-depth exposure evaluation that will allow us to formulate the most suitable options of protection.

What we bring to your business

We deliver service while acting as a partner to our clients through our:

  • Comprehensive technical know-how in the different areas of liability insurance, which include: Holistic understanding of the products offered on the market, wording and market conditions analysis, claims advocacy services, and benchmarking capabilities;

  • Well-established and longstanding relationships with the reinsurance market especially given our positioning in the DIFC market;

  • Access to international sources of capacity and expertise through our Lloyd’s Brokers status, and our global offices be it in London, Singapore, or other hubs;

  • Multi-lingual service offering to cater for our clients’ local language and requirements, especially for Arab and French speaking territories.

  • Industry-specific knowledge for special sectors such as Energy, Power, and Pharmaceutical;

Our services and areas of expertise

Lockton specializes in liability solutions that provide broad risk protection, including:

  • Public and Product liability

  • Product recall

  • Workers' Compensation and Employer’s Liability

  • Auto-liability

  • Pollution / Environmental Impairment Liability

  • Umbrella Liability and Excess

  • Defence Base Act insurance 

Key Contacts

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Sarah El Ariss

Client Manager - AVP
Sarah.Ariss@mena.lockton.com
+971 50 854 6165

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Santosh Satheesha

Client Manager - AVP
Santosh.Satheesha@lockton.com
+971 56 171 2713

General Inquiries

General Enquiries

contact@mena.lockton.com

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