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 and law firms have chosen to partner with DAS.
Here you can find out why our partners choose us, and how you can join them.
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.
We 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.
How to make a claim
Our corporate partners have access to a number of resources to improve the service we offer, including our Business Partner Toolkit and eClaims portal.
Why become a partner
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.
Learn more about working with DAS
We offer a range of BTE insurance products to suit your clients’ needs. Our legal expenses policies include Family, Commercial and Motor policies. We also offer a Home Emergency product.
Our policies typically include access to legal advice lines and in some case counselling services. In addition, your clients could also have access to our legal document drafting services.
For a full breakdown of what’s typically covered by our cover please visit our product pages.
DAS is a market leader for before the event (BTE) and after the event (ATE) legal expenses insurance in the UK. We work with almost 1,000 broker partners in the UK.
We write all our policies in-house; our team of underwriters and experts provide an excellent service to our business partners.
DAS UK Group is also part of the ERGO Group, one of Europe’s largest insurance companies and the majority shareholder in ERGO is Munich Re, the world’s largest reinsurer.
Learn more about partnering with DAS
If you would like to discuss any of our legal expenses products and services, or discuss potential partnerships, you can contact our team on email@example.com.
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