Lisa Fricker joins Temple Legal Protection as Solicitor Services Manager

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16 February 2017


Lisa Fricker

Lisa Fricker: Solicitor Services Manager

Specialist legal expenses insurer, Temple Legal Protection is delighted to announce the appointment of Lisa Fricker. She joins the company as Solicitor Services Manager and will be based at the company’s Bristol office. Lisa brings a wealth of legal insurance experience to the business that will further strengthen Temple’s team of experts.

Lisa began her career in the insurance industry with DAS where she fulfilled various Claims roles in relation to BTE legal expenses insurance, before joining ARAG in an ATE Claims role, most recently fulfilling the role of Claims Auditor.

Commenting on her appointment, Lisa said: “I am delighted to have joined Temple Legal Protection and to be given the opportunity to develop my career further, whilst being part of a market leading legal insurer. I am looking forward to ensuring that the service provided remains at the exceptionally high standard already set by Temple.”

Speaking about Lisa’s appointment, Temple’s Managing Director Chris Wait said “Temple’s commitment to meet and exceed the expectations of our customers has been key to the continued growth of the company. Lisa’s experience and expertise strengthens this commitment and ensures our customers are provided with market leading products coupled with the highest service standards.”



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