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ATE for Defective Hip Claims

ATE for Defective Hip Claims

Summary Benefits

We now arrange After The Event Insurance for the growing number of people claiming against all-metal hip implant manufacturers.

The British Medical Journal and Newsnight (BBC) have exposed manufacturers of all-metal hip implants as being aware of problems with their designs as long ago as 2009. The problems stem from the use of metal both in the socket and ball part of the implant. Friction between the ball and socket over time results in potentially toxic shavings of cobalt and chromium breaking off and entering the surrounding tissue and even the patient’s bloodstream, causing severe complications.

We support solicitors taking action against these manufacturers with our flexible and comprehensive Defective Hip ATE Insurance policy.


Key Benefits

Key Benefits of the ClaimSafe Defective Hip ATE Insurance Product:

The Defective Hip ATE insurance provides the following significant benefits:

    • Staged ATE premiums which are amongst the cheapest in the ATE Insurance marketplace, so they are straightforward for clients to understand
    • ATE Premiums deferred to the end of the claim
    • No application fees
    • Simple application procedure - similar to delegated authority
    • Normally no reporting to the insurer apart from when proceedings are issued
    • Claims on the ATE policy are normally paid quickly (average 7 days)
    • Insurer permits straightforward cancellations
    • Part 36 cover – your client will not have to lose their damages if you fail to beat an offer
    • Full investigation disbursement cover


        We Speak Your Language

        Many of our team are qualified solicitors who have run clinical and personal injury claims in the past. You can be confident when you call that someone who understands your ATE Insurance needs will be available to discuss your enquiry.



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