Committed to the Legal Profession
Developed in 1997 by Lawyers’ Professional Indemnity Company (LAWPRO), TitlePLUS is the only Canadian-owned title insurance provider that puts lawyers first. We understand that lawyers are a critical part of the real estate transaction, and we are committed to offering a service that values lawyers’ expertise.
From instant quotes to streamlined underwriting to simplified sign-up, all our enhancements are designed with legal professionals at the forefront. And, when real estate transactions are more complex, our team of specialists are available to make sure your clients get the solutions they need.
Backed by LAWPRO
LAWPRO is a Canadian-owned insurance company, based in Toronto that provides professional liability insurance to lawyers in private practice in Ontario. A natural extension of LAWPRO’s commitment to lawyers, the TitlePLUS program introduced in 1997, offers insurance coverage not only for the title-related aspects of a real estate transaction but also for the legal services provided by the lawyer closing the deal.
LAWPRO prides itself on a strong customer focus and its ability to provide the bar with an insurance program that reflects the changing needs of the legal profession.
Financial stability comes from prudent investing, accurately forecasting expenses, controlling operating costs, and carefully managing claims. To achieve these ends, LAWPRO relies on the expertise of our staff, professional investment managers, and advisors.
In recognition of our financial strength, we have consistently been awarded an “A (Excellent)” rating by A.M. Best Co, a leading rating agency.
The new TitlePLUS is easier to use, minimizing data entry and streamlining the application process.
- It’s a completely self-contained application
- More information at your fingertips so you can complete an application faster
- The application guides the user through the requirements making the application process smoother
- We’ve eliminated the need for the user to enter common title matters
- Easy-to-read policies