Sterling rebuffs commoditisation debate with PI cover launch

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The insurer - which has worked with W.R. Berkley Insurance to provide the cover - said the offering was an optional add-on to its existing range of products. 

It offfers a maximum indemnity limit of £2m and includes benefit limits of up to £50,000 for replacing or restoring lost or damaged documents, as well as up to £50,000 cover for defending injunctions linked to copyright or patent infringement.

And Sterling's head of commercial, Kevin Donoghue, said: "There has been a lot of debate recently

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