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.
DAS are market-leading legal expenses insurers and specialists in ‘after the event’ (ATE) insurance (formerly DAS LawAssist).
DAS pioneered legal expenses insurance in 1975, and has been protecting individuals and businesses against the unforeseen costs of legal disputes ever since.
As a leading ATE provider we are proud to have helped small and large solicitor firms protect their clients for over 18 years.
DAS UK Group is part of the ERGO Group, one of Europe’s largest insurance companies and the majority shareholder in ERGO is Munich Re, one of the world’s largest reinsurers.
Our in-house underwriters and knowledgeable, experienced team understand the importance of building close and successful relationships with firms of all sizes.
With an 'A' rated insurer ranking from S&P Global, you can be sure that your firm is in safe hands with DAS.
We believe our solicitor partners deserve the best possible service which is why we keep a strong focus on:
Find out more about the benefits of becoming a DAS partner, or talk to us for more information.
Call: 0370 241 1345
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
We ensure our partners understand our ATE products, so their clients get what they need from this insurance.
If you’d like to fund your clients' litigation by using legal expenses insurance from DAS, simply contact us to sign up as a partner.
ATE portal guide
Why work with DAS for After The Event (ATE) insurance?
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DAS UK Group has become the first legal expenses insurer to launch a suite of cyber security information and guidance for the virtual assistants Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
DAS UK Group, the UK’s leading legal expenses insurer, has launched a new suite of commercial products that will be available on the company’s new quote and buy web portal – DAS Connect – which goes live today.
DAS UK Group has launched DAS Connect, a brand new quote and buy web portal that will enable brokers to quote, buy, adjust and renew DAS products online.
Enrique Gomez, Head of ATE at DAS UK Group, looks at how the time is right for innovation in the ATE sector.
Last month, whilst many DAS UK people were coming down with a case of #BIBAfever, our social media executive, Josh Gater, was kept in deskbound quarantine, with a serious job to do. His task was monitoring the social media activity around the event.
Ahead of BIBA 2018, DAS UK Group has announced a significant investment in its E-Trade capability to support brokers with the sale of commercial legal expenses insurance.
This year DAS will be hosting the stand with HSB Engineering Insurance, which is part of Munich Re, the majority shareholder in ERGO.
Our Head of Strategy & Innovation at DAS UK Group shares some hard earned experience about developing and launching your own Amazon Alexa skill.
DAS UK Group has become the world’s first legal expenses insurer to launch an innovative new Alexa skill for the Amazon Echo.
The standard rate of Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) rose by 2% from 10% to 12% with effect from 1st June 2017.
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Despite post-LASPO after-the-event insurance (ATE) policies being more relevant now than ever in terms of access to justice, their premiums receive criticism.