ARAG Legal Services

ARAG plc is an internationally successful, quality insurer, independent and family owned - providing access to justice since 1935. We provide an innovative and comprehensive range of legal expenses insurance and assistance products to brokers, underwriting agents and insurers. 

Our products allow brokers to offer legal protection to businesses, families, motorists, and landlords and our range of assistance products include Home Emergency, Landlord Emergency and Motor Breakdown.

Managing bad news days

As well as legal and tax advice helplines, ARAG’s commercial legal expenses policyholders also have access to its innovative crisis communications facility, which offers expert public relations advice if an event leads to negative publicity for the insured business. Read this blog to find out more.

Employment law: Not such a quiet year

While 2024 may not have produced many headline-grabbing changes to employment legislation, it has seen numerous reforms. This article highlights changes impacting: taxation; National Insurance; working time and holiday entitlement; flexible working arrangements; the Equality Act 2010.

ARAG posts strong 2023 result ahead of DAS integration

Market-leading legal expenses insurance and assistance provider ARAG has reported solid growth and profit for the 2023 financial year, during which the company began the process of integrating DAS UK, in the run-up to the completion of its acquisition by ARAG SE. Read this blog to find out more.

No substitute for full compensation

February saw the publication of not just one, but two reports making significant proposals for the NHS. This blog sheds light on how the recommendations made could have a profound impact on the future of justice and compensation for people injured through medical treatment or care.

Home truths

While a government consultation on the regulation of social housing is drawing to a close, cavity wall insulation claims have also hit the headlines as hundreds of homeowners may face legal bills because their cases were not properly insured. This blog outlines the implications for firms.