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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You may already have the benefit of a legal expenses insurance policy - it's important to check.
Legal expenses insurance is typically sold as an optional 'add-on' when purchasing an insurance policy - although it does sometimes come as part of standard insurance cover. It is often included with:
You may also have elements of legal expenses insurance cover included with another product or as benefits of your employment.
To see whether you have this cover, check your current insurance policy documents, and the terms and conditions of other packaged products or employment contracts.
When you next go to renew or take out a new insurance policy, speak to your insurance advisor about legal expenses insurance and whether it would be suitable.
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If you are looking for more information on legal expenses insurance our frequently asked questions may be of interest.
Alternatively, if you are already a DAS customer and want to talk about a legal issue, you can call our legal advice helpline where our team of experts will help you understand your rights and offer advice on taking the next steps.
Legal expenses insurance could provide you with funding for the cost of bringing or defending a legal case, and gives you access to telephone advice to help you with a personal legal issue.
Legal expenses insurance can provide a wide range of legal help and support for you and your family.
Find out about legal expenses insurance, what it does, how you can get cover from DAS and how to claim if you already have it.
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