Legal Expenses Insurers


1 July 2023

We are more than just legal insurance providers. We are a team of industry professionals, dedicated to building meaningful client relationships through tailored solutions.

Ignite Specialty Risk

1 May 2023

Ignite is a UK-based MGA specialising in After The Event insurance, founded and led by a team of ATE and litigation funding experts who understand the intricacies of the commercial ATE insurance and litigation funding market.

Litica Ltd

1 October 2022

Removing risk, enabling success Litica has established itself as the UK’s leading provider of high value commercial ATE insurance. Since launching in 2019, Litica has insured many of the UK’s leading cases in the Competition Appeal Tribunal and securities class… Read More

Temple Legal Protection

1 September 2015

Temple Legal Protection is one of the UK’s leading and most trusted providers of legal expenses insurance. We are dedicated solely to it and do not write any other class of insurance in order to ensure that we maintain complete… Read More

Allianz Legal Protection

28 August 2014

Allianz Legal Protection is a specialist legal protection insurer and part of the Allianz group. We’ve been providing legal expenses solutions since 1986. We cover personal and commercial clients through after the event (ATE) schemes for solicitors and before the… Read More


17 June 2010

ARAG provides calm certainty and protection in the face of a legal storm. We do this by writing risks through a variety of distribution channels that retain flexibility on claims handling arrangements and at the same time provide a range… Read More

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