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International ARAG Group defies COVID-19 crisis recording significant growth

Legal insurance is a crisis product. The key figures show: We deliver real added value for our customers and are in control of our business.

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ARAG acquires DAS operations in Canada and continues to pursue its international expansion strategy

ARAG acquires DAS operations in Canada and continues to pursue its international expansion strategy. The German ARAG Group, a global leader in legal expenses insurance (LEI) and currently active in 19 countries, has acquired DAS Legal Protection Inc. in Canada which is part of the Munich Re / ERGO Group.

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Employment tribunal numbers and backlog still growing

The influx of employment tribunal claims and the backlog of cases, which already reached record highs in February, is unlikely to have peaked, according to leading legal advice and protection provider ARAG.

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It’s good to talk

By Legal Futures’ Associates ARAG Following a highly successful roundtable with some key figures in the clinical negligence sector, ARAG’s ATE Sales Manager, Mike Knight, talks about the discussion and the importance of such events for exchanging ideas, updating and… Read More

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Steve Rowley

Motor legal expenses – the unquestionable need

Last week I read a couple of interesting articles in Insurance Post regarding the proposed fee caps being introduced by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) on Claims Management Companies (CMCs). Insurers are wary of an influx of CMC-related claims following the proposed whiplash reforms, so this comes with little surprise.

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22 June 2021

Malleable memory and the reliability of witness evidence in a digital age

For some years, judges have treated witness evidence as less reliable than contemporaneous documents. But is this an issue solely with witness evidence or do those assessing it play a part?

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