Data compiled by the Swiss Re Institute showed the $17 billion brought in from global litigation funding in 2022 is projected to balloon to $30 billion by 2028. (Free use image/ALM archives) Data compiled by the Swiss Re Institute showed the $17 billion brought in from global litigation funding in 2022 is projected to balloon to $30 billion by 2028. (Free use image/ALM archives)

Rising investment into third-party litigation funding (TPLF) has policyholders paying more to keep their homes and autos insured, according to a study from the Insurance Information Institute (III). 

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