The law firms have been made strategic partners and have supplier contracts, which are effective from 1 May and valid for three years.
Each firm has worked with LV=GI since its previous claims review in 2017 and will sit on the motor, casualty, and fraud panels.
Eibhlin Swan, head of supply and experts at Allianz Insurance, said: “Our suppliers play an integral role in delivering our customer journey and I am delighted that we will continue our relationship with Keoghs and BLM and begin a new relationship with DWF.
“This joint review has allowed us to ensure we are leveraging the benefits of both our businesses and brands to deliver best-in-class service, alongside our new panel, to our customers.”
Caroline Johnson, technical claims director at LV= General Insurance, said: “I’m delighted with the outcome and the opportunity to continue our relationship with a legal panel that shares our passion for delivering for our customers.
“Our claims legal panel is so important, as it helps us support customers with legal expertise at an incredibly challenging time. The new claims panel has been a joint project with Allianz, and ensures customers across both brands continue to receive great service from us.”