Personal legal expenses insurance could help you and your family with a number of legal issues, depending on what cover you have.
This site can help you learn about legal expenses insurance, how to get it, and how to use it if you have it.
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Legal expenses insurance can help you with a number of legal issues affecting your business.
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Many brokers have chosen to partner with DAS.
Here you can find out why our partners choose us, and how you can join them.
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DAS is a leading specialist legal expenses insurer in the UK and Ireland.
We write all our policies in-house; our team of underwriters and experts provide an excellent service to our business partners.
We are also part of the ERGO group, one of Europe’s biggest insurance companies.
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Legal expenses cover is designed to protect your clients from the impact of common legal issues such as employment disputes, issues with neighbours or consumer rights.
The cover could offer your clients affordable access to justice, including expert legal advice, help with tribunals and, should the need arise, cover for legal fees.
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We offer a number of before the event legal expenses insurance products including family, motor and commercial policies. For a full breakdown of what’s typically covered by our cover please visit our product pages.
We also offer commercial ‘after the event’ (ATE) insurance. Speak to one of our team to find out more.
ATE is a type of legal expenses insurance taken out after a legal dispute has arisen. This cover is designed to protect your clients from the costs associated with legal action pursued through the courts. ATE products typically cover a variety of legal costs including counsel’s fees, court fees and expert reports.
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If you’d like to sign up as a partner you can contact us for a quote or get an online quote here. It is a relatively straightforward process; we just need a few details in order to sign you up as an agent and ensure that all parties are happy.
Our broker partners have access to a number of resources to improve the service we offer. We also offer broker training to help improve the wider awareness of our products.
Our policies typically include access to legal advice lines and in some case counselling services.
If you are having issues with any of our online portals, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our broker partner team who will talk you through any problems you might be experiencing.
You should receive a renewal notice from our underwriting team no later than 6 weeks before the end of your current contract. If you haven’t heard anything from our team by this time, please get in touch.
Your clients simply have to call the number provided in their policy document, or they can download a claims form. We will assess your client’s claim and review their prospects of success.
Our claims handlers will work with your clients from start to finish to ensure they receive all the support they need. In our experience the majority of cases do not end up in court, but if an agreement can’t be reached, we will assign a lawyer to manage the case.
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