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A.M. Best Revises Outlooks to Positive for Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Company of North Carolina

A.M. Best has revised the outlooks to positive from stableand affirmed the Financial Strength Rating of A- (Excellent) and the Long-TermIssuer Credit Rating of "a-" of (LML) (Cary, NC).

The Credit Ratings (ratings) reflect LML's strong and highlyliquid balance sheet, consistently profitable operating performance, favorableloss reserve development, solid enterprise risk management framework and management'slong-standing expertise in North Carolina's legal professional liabilitysector. The ratings also take into consideration the diversification benefitderived from the various areas of practice the company insures and its abilityto adjust its exposure in each of these areas based on overall performance.

Partially offsetting these positive rating factors is thecompany's limited business profile, writing one line of business, whichsubjects it to a higher degree of risk from fluctuations in the underwritingcycle, economic conditions in the state, changes in the housing market, andchanges in North Carolina's regulatory, legislative and judicial environments.