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With thanks for the prompt reply.
Sorry, just one follow up question:
If he LOSES, then the solicitors will waive their fees, but he will still have to pay expenses and disbursements.
I guess this could be £1000's if he loses and the insurance policy is just for covering the opponents costs
Shouldn't the solicitor of told us about these potential costs, since it was given to us as a "No Win No Fee".
Is it possible that there is another insurance policy that could cover these expenses and disbursements costs ?
What does ATE stand for ?
I'll then approve payment, many thanks.