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About The Firemark™
After the Great Fire of London in the Seventeenth Century, societies were formed against the loss or damage of property by fire. By the Nineteenth Century, these societies began to emerge as formal insurance companies.
As London had no public fire brigades, these insurers formed their own private fire brigades to protect their insured’s property.
In order for a fire brigade to identify a property that they insured, fire marks (large iron emblems) were affixed to buildings.
Fire marks were an early form of trademarks.Today, The Firemark™ Intellectual Property Lawyers Professional Liability Program identifies your firm as having the quality coverage necessary to protect the practice that you’ve built.