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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Protect your business clients from the costs of unforeseen legal disputes with commercial legal expenses insurance.
We understand that your clients work hard to keep their businesses running smoothly and expect the same from their insurance policies and providers.
Unexpected legal disputes can be daunting and stressful for any business. Not all businesses, however, can afford to keep an in-house legal team on their payroll.
That’s where DAS commercial legal expenses insurance could prove to be a useful addition to your client’s business insurance.
And because it can be more affordable than using high street law firms, it makes legal representation accessible for every business…whatever their size.
If your clients find themselves in a legal dispute we can offer legal advice and, where applicable, provide cover for legal costs. Some typical examples of the types of situation where our products could help include:
Your clients can also take advantage of:
Typical exclusions may include:
We have products offering various levels of cover meaning you can easily find an option that works for you and your client. If you are interested in discussing which of these products would be best for your clients, please get in touch.
Family legal expenses insurance can be a valuable addition to a general insurance policy, providing you and your family with a range of legal help and support.
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I wouldn’t have been able to afford the legal costs if I hadn’t had this cover from DAS. It’s a brilliant service.
It’s a brilliant service, and it’s a great safety net to have. I would definitely recommend it.
If DAS hadn’t been there for me, then I couldn’t have done anything about my job. I would recommend everyone take out legal cover.
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