Simon Sloane, partner at law firm Fieldfisher, says over 40 policyholders in the dental sector are interested in pursuing action.
MGA also launches Arag-backed legal expenses cover to its property and casualty product suite.
Provider states it is "evaluating possible sources of capital" to respond to the pandemic.
The group is being advised by Mishcon de Reya and will look into claims denied by any number of insurers naming Axa, China Taiping, RSA, Touchstone, and Zurich but excluding Hiscox.
Harbour Litigation Funding will pay Mishcon de Reya to review the claims business owners have against Hiscox.
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Law firm warns insurance sector will be under scrutiny as the level of litigation is predicted to rise as a result of Covid-19.
The document has been developed to help brokers navigate platforms such as Twitter and Linked In throughout the outbreak.
Mel Stride MP states firms are continuously facing difficulties in making successful coronavirus-related claims as the ABI says insurers are expected to pay out a total of £1.2bn.
The ABI and the Association of Consumer Support Organisations have developed a statement of intent recommending remote video examination and rehabilitation.
The ABI says insurers are expected to pay £900m towards business interruption claims.
RSA is latest provider in firing line as nursery sector hits out and, separately, a new action group, Insurance Justice, has been set up to defend BI claims for businesses.
Hoffman, currently non-executive chairman, was CEO of the business between 2012 and 2018 and led it through an IPO in 2015.
The group of companies criticising Hiscox for refusing to pay out BI claims as a result of the coronavirus says it is also in "advanced talks" with a litigation funder to underwrite its entire legal costs as dispute hots up.
The market has been criticised for its response to the coronavirus crisis, particularly with regard to business interruption as providers "look down the barrel' of class action.
The Night Time Industries Association has been advised members have a “good case” against Hiscox as barrister warns “insurers will never be forgiven” for response to Covid-19.
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Hiscox, which is currently in dispute with a group of firms over BI, said it is actively settling claims for event cancellation and abandonment, media and entertainment and travel.
Four senior leaders have left the provider as Axa XL states it is set for global restructure.
Jonathan Edwards has signed an early day motion calling on the government to instruct all insurers to use dividends to pay Covid-19 claims.
Flaxmans makes case for government and insurance sector to team up to help businesses recover following the coronavirus pandemic as Mactavish calls for independent review.
Provider to create a single global insurance underwriting function and form three geographical business units across the Americas, Eurasia and the UK & Lloyd’s market.
The marketplace has been asked to collate insurer BI cover information for the regulator.
Survey aims to find out how the industry has changed its working practices, the challenges faced by professionals working remotely and how brokers feel insurers have responded to the pandemic.