Brokers on the software house can now use the service in the event of an insurance dispute.
The proposition is available to brokers via Sybaris Legal & IP and backed by insurer Acasta Europe.
An "artificial peak" in profit for 2014 distort comparison with 2015 according to insurer.
Legal expenses insurer adds to before and after the event sales teams.
Legal expenses provider has created new role for Paul Hurley.
Former ATE specialist changing focus due to Jackson reforms.
Das UK Group has posted a 10.5% increase in gross written premiums “and other technical income” for 2012 to £178.25m, up from £161.3m the year before.
Elite Insurance is to rejoin the Association of British Insurers (ABI), after leaving the trade body in June 2011.
Das has warned that the number of policy holders taking out uninsured loss recovery has now hit an estimated 50%, down from over 80% a few years.
Arag has promoted Mike Knight to ATE sales manager and appointed Brett Storey to his team.
Brokers face a huge change in the way legal expenses insurance is sold and could lose out if they can’t tap into before-the-event products and add-ons, writes Martin Friel
Allianz Commercial has appointed former RSA underwriter John Dunn as its new underwriting manager, property.
Gable Holdings has unveiled a new range of After the Event (ATE) insurance programmes for the UK.
Elite Insurance has confirmed that it will re-enter the solicitors’ professional indemnity (PI) insurance market in 2012.
Firstassist Legal Expenses Insurance is to be acquired from Equistone Partners Europe by Burford Capital.
Legal expenses insurance faces an uncertain future but commercial could provide a lucrative new market, reports Louise Meeson
Abbey Protection’s MD has predicted a blanket implementation of Jackson’s proposals as the legal insurer posted a 6% increase in pre-tax profits to £5m for Q2 2011.
Elite Insurance has announced the appointment of Mike Payne as general manager of its London office with a remit to grow the company’s after the event (ATE) insurance business.
Welcome to the latest edition of What the Papers Say. This month, Insurance Age editor Martin Friel is joined by senior reporter, Liz McMahon and Richard Adams, associate director at FWD.
The Lord Chancellor, Kenneth Clarke, today announced in the House of Commons proposals for implementing major changes to the way in which civil litigation is funded in England and Wales.
Products/schemes: Brokers home in on landlord sector with an assortment of product launches and revamps
A host of recent product launches seems to indicate that industry appetite in the landlord sector is increasing.
The uncertainty around the future of referral fees has persisted despite recent legal judgements indicating that Lord Justice Jackson's recommendations will be adopted.
Martin Friel looks to the future and imagines a legal expenses market where referral fees no longer exist. What would this mean for brokers and how would the sector adapt to accommodate this change?
It is all too easy to point at the manner of Lord Young's recent departure from government as the Prime Minister's enterprise adviser to suggest that he was out of touch with the real world. Some commentators had already made the observation back in…