Harbour Underwriting: Watch our simple video guide to After the Event insurance
UK businesses are braced for a surge in litigation claims post Covid and Brexit. Watch our After the Event insurance explainer video to brush up on your knowledge of ATE insurance and find out how ATE insurance helped a family clothing company win a David v Goliath trademark battle against a household name British motor manufacturer
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About Harbour Underwriting
Harbour Underwriting Limited (HUL) is one of the leading providers of commercial dispute insurance for claimants and defendants.
We provide After the Event insurance cover against the costs incurred in bringing or defending legal or arbitration proceedings in commercial disputes. We work with insurance brokers, law firms, funders and advisors to help their commercial clients mitigate the risk of litigation or arbitration. Harbour Underwriting helps brokers oversee their clients’ risk portfolios and demonstrate added value when they need it most.
We offer a range of ATE insurance products that are available at any stage of litigation, including adverse costs cover, own side disbursements cover, own side solicitor’s fees cover, anti-avoidance endorsements and deeds of indemnity to provide security for costs, appeals insurance, damages -based agreement (DBA) and conditional fee agreement (CFA) insurance.
Harbour Underwriting Limited (HUL) is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Firm reference number 939803) and is a Managing General Agent with full delegated authorities from A-rated carriers.
HUL’s underwriting team are highly experienced litigators who apply their expertise to tailor insurance solutions to our customer's needs.
HUL's sister company, Harbour Litigation Funding, is one of the largest privately-owned litigation funders in the world.
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