Bronwen Courtenay-Stamp


Bronwen has over 30 years' experience in the travel and insurance sector.

She specialises in all aspects of travel insurance including policy wording, coverage, advice on legal expense cover and in third party liability issues. She has particular expertise in matters of winter sports liability, having been involved in many complex skiing liability cases within both European and North American jurisdictions.

She has established herself as a trusted adviser to many insurers, underwriters and claims handlers advising on policy issues, subrogation and coverage matters.

Bronwen also gives advice to companies and commercial organisations on insurance issues including notification of claims, liability claims and policy wording.

Having built up a wealth of knowledge in relation to foreign jurisdictional disputes she has been involved in both litigating and mediating to settlement complex international liability claims.

She is a commentator in the travel and legal press, and delivers in-house legal training to insurers and claims handlers on travel insurance issues.

Bronwen leads the travel tourism and insurance team at Trowers and is herself ranked as a notable practitioner within both the Claimant and Defendant sectors for International Personal Injury (Chambers UK 2018). Market commentators note that she is "massively experienced" and "her knowledge of foreign personal injury matters is second to none." (Chambers UK 2018)

She is a member of ITT and a founder member and Committee Member of the Women In Travel Insurance Organisation.

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