By Matthew Best, Underwriting Manager
Our Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence Team have been involved in a number of leading claims of this type working with leading serious injury litigators. I attended this event and found the conference to be very useful, both in terms of content and relationship building and let’s not forget the silent disco!
It was a pleasure to listen to independent consultant neurosurgeon, Munchi Choksey explain the latest developments in scanning. I also found the talk by Cathy Leech and Chris Melton QC on joint settlement meetings very interesting, as well as the Q & A sessions.
Catastrophic personal injury cases are a claim type I take a particular interest in. With that in mind I would like to talk to specialist solicitors either looking for an ATE insurance provider or, in the first instance, just want to chat through a case of this type from an insurer’s perspective. You may even want to explore disbursement funding for your serious injury case load.
We offer straightforward, affordable disbursement funding to ATE insurance delegated authority scheme holders. It is available at no extra cost to your law firm, there are no set-up fees for the client and a competitive interest rate of just 10% per annum. Do call me to find out more or to discuss a case on 01483 514804.
Matt has an insurance background and joined Temple in July 2011 having worked for 4 years in a leading insurance company where he was dealing with personal injury work.
Matt’s experience allows him to undertake a key role in Temple’s ATE insurance personal injury and clinical negligence teams. He also participates in the assessments of delegated schemes that Temple provide with the objective of helping our customers make the most beneficial and appropriate use of ATE insurance.
He has started studying for this CII exams which he will sit in the near future, which he will then use to develop himself, further into the company in order to provide Temple’s customers with the excellent service they expect.
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