The KLS Law team specialise in a number of casuality areas including employers’ liability, public and product liability, occupational disease, professional risks, criminal and regulatory.
Our specialist team work in collaboration with the Connexus Group offering a full-cycle operation.
This team works with insurers and MGAs to cut the cost per claim, using limited delegated authority to adopt a swift investigative process into smaller claims with the aim of early disposal.
Experienced claim adjusters with knowledge of the market, working as soon as FNOL is complete to fast track claims before they lead to litigation.
We are able to offer fixed fees for these claims and are content to work with a rewards package based on cutting the overall cost of claims.
We have worked with insurers and MGAs on specialist casualty schemes for many years and built a reputation for quality and reliability in our approach to litigation.
We use software to assist us with fraud detection. Our team are used to dealing with catastrophic injury claims and we have a network of experts available nationally to assist in determining issues of liability and quantum swiftly so that the right tactics and decisions can be made early in a claim.
Through the Connexus internal medical agency we have access to medical experts nationally and can arrange an early diagnosis and then appropriate operative or rehabilitative treatment to speed recovery in appropriate cases.
We offer a full service proposition in the areas of motor claims, household, casualty (predominantly employers' liability, public liability and professional indemnity claims) and with our partners at the Connexus Group, we provide all services from FNOL to subrogation to include full legal defence of claims.
To learn more about the support KLS Law offer Insurers, Reinsurers, MGAs and Brokers, please take a look at our insurance page here.
If you would like to speak to a team member regarding our services, please phone 0800 014 1470, submit an enquiry form or complete the below call back form.