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The standard rate of Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) rose by 2% from 10% to 12% with effect from 1st June 2017.
We have updated this announcement based on clarity received from HMRC.
This increase will affect any cases where ATE insurance premiums are raised after 1st June 2017. There will be no impact upon premiums which are currently insured, even where it is likely that we will not receive premium payment before 1 June 2018.
Below are some important scenarios to take note of:
If you have any queries regarding the impact of the IPT increase please do contact one of our Case Management Team Leaders or your Solicitor Account Manager on 0370 241 1345.
Ahead of BIBA 2018, DAS UK Group has announced a significant investment in its E-Trade capability to support brokers with the sale of commercial legal expenses insurance.
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The long-awaited motor reforms to civil litigation have been postponed until April next year. We asked a senior personal injury solicitor – DAS Law’s Miquelle Groves – to take a look.
Jane Harper, ATE Technician, DAS UK Group looks at the ABC v St George’s Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust case which will have huge repercussions for clinical negligence.
Legal expenses insurance has a major part to play in giving people and SMEs everyday peace of mind, now more than ever before.
2019 was another interesting year across the clinical negligence, civil litigation and personal injury sectors. We asked some of our ATE team and solicitor partners what their predictions are for 2020…
We asked some of our ATE team and solicitor partners what their achievements were, what their fears are, and what they thought of the latest technological developments.
It’s been another interesting year across the clinical negligence, civil litigation and personal injury sectors. We asked some of our ATE team and solicitor partners for their thoughts on 2019.
DAS UK Group’s ATE Business Partnership Manager Fran Clothier shares her thoughts on this year’s Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) conference in Brighton…
DAS has partnered with property technology company Goodlord to launch a new Rent and Legal Protection policy for Goodlord customers.
The recent court decision of West & Demouilpied was a potentially huge moment for the ATE market. David Brown breaks down the potential impact on ATE premiums and more.
To mark the centenary of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919, we got some female perspectives on ATE insurance and the role it plays in supporting access to justice.
With the AvMA Annual Clinical Negligence Conference (ACNC) taking place in Leeds this week, Robyn Lampon from DAS UK Group looks at how ATE insurance has evolved over the last 20 years.
Now that the BIBA bubble has burst for another year, Social Media Executive Steph Davies takes a look back at BIBA 2019 and asks: Was it a success on social?
In response to some general criticism of Legal Expenses Insurance (LEI) in the press recently, Nathan Holt, Head of Trading Underwriting at DAS UK, sets the record straight.