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23 May, 2022

Low Value Commercial Cases – an Achievable Challenge for ATE Legal Expenses Insurers

By Matthew Pascall, Senior Underwriting Manager (Estimated reading time: 4 minutes 23 seconds) ATE insurers are increasingly asked to insure large volumes of relatively low value cases, often on a delegated basis whereby the solicitor assesses the merits of their own cases and issues policies of insurance on the insurer’s behalf. These cases bring their […]

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20 April, 2022

The reality of the value of ATE insurance for high-net-worth clients

By Andy Lyalle, Senior Business Development Manager (Estimated reading time: 3 minutes 8 seconds) I often hear commercial dispute resolution practitioners, unlike their personal injury and clinical negligence colleagues, say “Our clients are not interested in ATE Insurance or disbursement funding because they can afford to pay disbursements and bear the opponents costs if the […]

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6 April, 2022

ATE Insurance in Action – Only the strong survive? Facts from actual personal injury cases and claims

By David Stoker, Senior Underwriter (Estimated reading time: 2 minutes 43 seconds) Though Temple is well known to leading clinical negligence practitioners, we wanted to remind you about our equal appetite and experience for personal Injury work. We insure PI claims of all types including industrial disease, accidents at work and public liability – and […]

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6 April, 2022

You Can’t be too Careful when Advising Clients About Funding

By David Pipkin, Non-Executive Director (Estimated reading time: 2 minutes 47 seconds) Whenever I am discussing Temple’s funding options with lawyers, invariably I ask what their clients need to know to help them make the right decisions. Whilst there is little doubt personal injury clients anticipate some form of conditional fee and ATE insurance package […]

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29 March, 2022

Mediating clinical negligence and personal injury cases – 2022 style

By Paul Balen, Mediator and Director of Trust Mediation Ltd (Estimated reading time: 3 minutes 28 seconds) It’s official! The letter ‘A’ is officially redundant.  Claims are now all about Dispute Resolution. As the Master of the Rolls said last year: “Courts are there to assist the parties find a resolution to their dispute and […]

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29 March, 2022

Eroding confidence – when things go south with ATE insurance

By Nicholas Ellor, Senior Underwriter (Estimated reading time: 2 minutes 38 seconds) In the context of ATE insurance and before the trial of the claim, this often will mean the confidence in the insured’s case has been seriously eroded. Unsurprisingly the cause of such erosion can be a number of factors – disclosure may throw […]

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