Professional Liability Insurance Disclosure
Supreme Court Rule 32(c) 12: Insurance Disclosure
12. Insurance Disclosure.
A. Each active member of the State Bar of Arizona shall certify to the State Bar on the annual dues statement or in such other form as may be prescribed by the State Bar on or before February 1 of each year: (1) whether the lawyer is engaged in the private practice of law; and (2) if engaged in the private practice of law, whether the lawyer is currently covered by professional liability insurance. Each active member who reports being covered by professional liability insurance shall notify the State Bar of Arizona in writing within 30 days if the insurance policy providing coverage lapses, is no longer in effect, or terminates for any reason. A lawyer who acquires insurance after filing the annual dues statement or such other prescribed disclosure document with the State Bar of Arizona may advise the Bar as to the change of this status in coverage.
B. The State Bar of Arizona shall make the information submitted by active members pursuant to this rule available to the public on its website as soon as practicable after receiving the information.
C. Any active member of the State Bar of Arizona who fails to comply with this rule in a timely fashion may, on motion of the State Bar pursuant to Rule 62, be summarily suspended from the practice of law until such time as the lawyer complies. Supplying false information in complying with the requirements of this rule shall subject the lawyer to appropriate disciplinary action.