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.
We work with our partner solicitors to understand their business, identify the After The Event (ATE) insurance needs of their clients, and use that knowledge to provide relevant products and training.
Each of our partners has a dedicated account manager who will visit your offices to run a workshop on our products and services and explain how they can help your clients get access to justice.
But that’s not where we leave it. Your account manager will provide continuing support, guidance and further training as and when required.
To help make sure your clients get what they need, we will support you and your firm by providing practical product training so you can have knowledgeable and helpful conversations with your clients.
We will ensure your team understand our ATE policy terms and conditions, our convenient portal and useful analytics tools.
Our annual survey showed that 97% of solicitors* are satisfied or extremely satisfied using DAS for ATE insurance. We think that the personal and responsive relationships we have with our partners play an important part in creating this level of satisfaction. (*Survey undertaken December 2017)
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DAS UK Group is a market leader for before the event (BTE) and after the event (ATE) legal expenses insurance in the UK.
We are the UK market leader in legal expenses insurance, with a proven record of supporting litigation and enabling access to justice with our ATE policies.
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