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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Motor legal expenses insurance can be a valuable addition to your clients’ general motor insurance policy.
When your customer has a car accident, their motor insurance policy will take care of the vehicle repairs and general liability, but others costs could arise. That is where motor legal expenses comes in.
If the accident wasn’t their fault, motor legal expenses insurance could help with the recovery of the losses not covered by their main policy, for instance: Helping cover the costs of legal representation in the event of a personal injury, or recovering costs associated with damaged belongings.
Motor legal expenses insurance also provides customers access to telephone legal advice to help them with motor related legal enquiries regardless of whether they need to claim on the policy or not.
We offer a number of products which may suit your clients’ needs.
Policy cover, exclusions and limitations can vary between different products. See policy documents for more details.
If you have a large book or want to discuss bespoke options for your customers please get in touch.
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I would encourage people to include legal expenses cover in their policy. It enabled me to fight this injustice and I could not have done it on my own.
Access to justice
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, and it’s a great safety net to have.
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