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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DAS launched in Ireland in 1996, and we have been protecting individuals and businesses against the unforeseen costs of legal disputes ever since.
We work with almost 1,000 brokers and business partners to provide affordable access to justice for millions of customers across the UK and Ireland.
DAS UK Group is part of the ERGO Group, one of Europe’s largest insurance companies, and their majority shareholder is Munich Re, one of the world’s leading reinsurers.
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DAS UK Group has agreed to sell its business in the Republic of Ireland to ARAG.
The Insurance Institute of Northern Ireland’s Premium Masterclass Series – sponsored by DAS UK Group – is holding the fourth in a series of six thought leadership events at the Clayton Hotel in Belfast at 8:30am this Thursday.
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Brendan Little, Head of Sales and Marketing at DAS Ireland, shares some thoughts ahead of what promises to be another interesting year.
Vivienne Matthews O Neill, Barrister at Law for DAS Ireland, looks at social media policies and why employers should have them.
When the subject of insurance is raised, people tend to think about the protection they can purchase for life’s accoutrements such as cars and houses. But what about the far more valuable things inside them?
At a glance they may seem similar, but careful scrutiny of the products on the legal expenses insurance (LEI) market will reveal stark differences.
Adrienne O’Sullivan, CEO at DAS Ireland, considers insurance innovation and the insurtech movement.
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Adrienne O’Sullivan, CEO, DAS Ireland shares her thoughts on the Irish insurance market today
Adrienne O’Sullivan, CEO of DAS Ireland, has become the first woman to receive the Insurance Institute of Dublin’s annual President’s Award.
Adrienne O’ Sullivan, CEO of DAS Ireland, has commented on the government’s plan to introduce a database of motor insurance claims.