Opinion: Insurers and third-party funders should work together

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  • ATE insurers look for about 50%????

    I'm sorry, but the idea that QBE insure anything other than strong cases is, in my experience, utter nonsense.

    From talking to other lawyers I know QBE seem to reject pretty much everything that goes their way. It's unclear from the article the point the author is trying to make - when do funders and insurers work together and why?

    If the author is trying to drum up business for himself I think he has failed. In my experience, taking advice from people who have their own business interests at heart is almost always a recipe for disaster.

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