Through Temple Funding, our subsidiary company, we offer an easy to administer and affordable on-line funding facility for your client’s legal disputes. This gives them the freedom to pursue their case with peace of mind that the financial burden of litigation has been reduced.
Of equal importance, it removes a considerable financial strain on your firm’s cash flow resulting from funding your client’s expenses – and keeps the costs away from your balance sheet. Resolving this burden can enable litigation to happen that might otherwise either not have been pursued or, if it was, may not run to its full potential.
Temple Funding is fully authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) so you and your clients can be confident that our company and our services are secure and reliable.
- For high value personal injury and clinical negligence litigation we offer a straightforward, affordable disbursement funding option. This gives your client the freedom to pursue their claim, without having to pay expenses along the way.
- For commercial disputes – where costly court fees and expensive experts’ reports could cost tens of thousands of pounds – Temple Funding offer both disbursement funding and fee funding.
Temple Funding’s facilities are for clients of law firms using our After The Event (ATE) insurance provided as part of a fully delegated authority scheme or, for commercial litigation, through our premier facility. It can be used at the outset or used as a facility offered as the costs involved in the litigation increase and your client’s resources are reduced.
Working with us is very straightforward. We’re an independent UK based company with no external financiers or offshore funders and fully authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority. You can speak directly with our in-house team of lawyers and insurance professionals; they have an unrivalled knowledge of the complexities of litigation and a pragmatic approach when determining the suitability of a case for funding.
Find out more by visiting the dedicated Temple Funding website.