ATE Insurance for Clinical & Dental Negligence Claims.
Our policies are unique - no application fee or long forms to complete. You can be covered in minutes.
Lord Justice Jackson's proposals for civil litigation came in to force in April 2013.
Despite assurances, clients will still face significant costs risks.
ATE Insurance and funding now available for Employment Tribunal Fees.
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Following recent investment in marketing and website design, our growth rate is also now increasing. We are currently achieving 3 new sign ups a month to our ATE Insurance scheme - up from 2 a month last year. So we think we must be doing something right!
We offer a great ATE Insurance product which is easy to use and low on administration - coupled with full legal support (from solicitors not insurance people) and very high levels of customer care.
If you think there's something we can improve upon, just let us know. We'd love to hear from you. Click here to contact us right now with your comments.
The whole point of After The Event Insurance (in fact all insurance) is that 'the many cover the few', so we want to encourage the many! We recommend that solicitors take out an ATE Policy on all cases from the start, and then cancel them, as and when required, with the touch of a button.
The allowed reasons are:
If you do need to cancel one of our After The Event Insurance policies then it is a very simple process, all done in seconds using our secure on-line system.
Oh yes, and cancellations are free. There is nothing to pay and no quotas either.
Most of them may appear to cover your client if they fail to beat a Part 36 offer, but in the first instance, your client has to pay out of their damages and it's only if their damages are used up that the ATE Insurance Policy kicks in. In our view this isn't proper After The Event Insurance cover and will leave your client somewhat 'concerned'.
We don't think this is fair. Our ATE Insurance policies pay out for the other side's legal costs if an offer isn't beaten. This means your client will keep their damages. This should at least make them a bit happier...after all, they aren't going to be over the moon as it is!