Legal Expenses - ATE accelerates

Before legislation made legal expenses (LE) insurance possible in the UK, and before insurance products became available in the mid-1970s, recovery of uninsured losses was often unpredictable. Few people would consider litigation to prove that a no-claims bonus should be allowed.

The provision of proof for excess recovery, accidental damage recovery and loss of use was not always possible in those early days of rough justice, and whiplash would have been dealt with by a hot bath and a good

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