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.
We've now made it even easier for customers to make a claim. Here you can find out how.
Our products can cover your clients for the full range of claim types including clinical negligence, personal injury, and civil/commercial litigation. We are also developing our offering in new areas such as contentious probate, insolvency, defamation, and professional negligence.
We can support any type of clinical and dental negligence claim and even offer top-up cover to existing DAS ATE or BTE policies.
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We can manage any type of personal injury claim, and cover both motor and non-motor claims. We offer delegated authority schemes to firms that meet our criteria for performance and case volumes and even provide a specialist offering for more niche areas of law for example abuse, brain injury and animal acts.
Civil / Commercial litigation claims are individually assessed for ‘after the event’ (ATE) insurance. We realise that with these cases it’s often preferable to take a case-by-case approach and that you often require bespoke cover for your clients.
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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.
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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, and it’s a great safety net to have.
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DAS and Maxima have launched ‘Optimise’, a new clinical negligence/personal injury scheme aimed specifically at smaller legal practices.
DAS and Pattinson & Brewer have announced a new partnership to provide a bespoke clinical negligence product for the practice’s clients.
DAS has been chosen by Smith Partnership to provide a bespoke clinical negligence product for the practice’s clients.
DAS has been chosen by Covéa Insurance to provide a cyber insurance product as part of its HNW Home Insurance offering.
DAS has broadened its partnership to provide a bespoke home emergency product for Hiscox home insurance customers.
Rebecca Squires, ATE Technical Supervisor, DAS UK Group looks at the landmark MIB v Lewis case. DAS UK provided Thompsons Solicitors, which acted for the claimant, with its ATE Personal Injury product to help fund the case…
Alison Whitcombe, Propositions Manager at DAS, looks at how the ATE industry can do more to help clients and customers.
Jane Harper, ATE Technician, DAS UK Group looks at the ABC v St George’s Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust case which will have huge repercussions for clinical negligence.
DAS UK Group, the UK’s leading specialist legal expenses insurer, has announced a partnership with Simply Business, one of the UK’s largest small business and landlord insurance providers.
Legal expenses insurance has a major part to play in giving people and SMEs everyday peace of mind, now more than ever before.
2019 was another interesting year across the clinical negligence, civil litigation and personal injury sectors. We asked some of our ATE team and solicitor partners what their predictions are for 2020…
We asked some of our ATE team and solicitor partners what their achievements were, what their fears are, and what they thought of the latest technological developments.
It’s been another interesting year across the clinical negligence, civil litigation and personal injury sectors. We asked some of our ATE team and solicitor partners for their thoughts on 2019.
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