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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Helping your customer’s business survive following a large loss. Quote and buy using DAS Connect.
Dealing with a large loss following a major incident such as a fire or flood can be a stressful and costly time for any business owner.
Making a claim for a significant loss is often a complicated and time-consuming process. Should the worse happen, your clients could need specialist claims support to help them get their business back to normal as quickly as possible.
Loss Assist Business will pay for a dedicated loss adjuster to support your clients through this difficult time, preparing the claim and negotiating on your client’s behalf to make sure that any insured losses are paid fairly and on time.
There are some things that we don’t cover. Our policy wording has a full list of exclusions but here are a few examples:
If you'd like to find out more about Loss Assist Business for your customers, please get in touch, or you can quote and buy on DAS Connect.
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Protect your business clients from the costs of unforeseen legal disputes with commercial legal expenses insurance.
Civil Litigation is an individually assessed ATE product suitable if you prefer to take a case-by-case approach and require higher levels of cover for your clients.
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.
It’s a brilliant service, and it’s a great safety net to have. I would definitely recommend it.
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.
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DAS UK Group has become the world’s first legal expenses insurer to launch an innovative new Alexa skill for the Amazon Echo.
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