For more than 80 years, ARAG has evolved into a versatile quality insurer with a focus on national and international legal insurance. ARAG employs 3,500 staff and operates successfully in 17 countries, including the United States, and holds a leading position in many international legal insurance markets. The ARAG Group reported total revenue and premium income of 1.73 billion EUR in fiscal year 2016.
At the end of March, ARAG was proud to join like-minded businesses and other organisations that share a common goal in preserving access to justice in the UK as a founder member of ACSO, the Association of Consumer Support Organisations. Underwriting & Marketing Director David Haynes explains why.
It is no secret that austerity has had a significant impact on most people’s ability to get justice. This short article highlights how drivers are the latest group to be hit by legislation and how the Civil Liability Bill will impact all motorists.
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government have published guidance for tenants, landlords and local authorities on the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018. This blog outlines the implications for landlords.
As experts in the fields of insurance and legal expenses in particular, ARAG is now able to help its customers improve their own knowledge and expertise via our new online training platform. This one page guide highlights the modules covered via ARAG’s EduMe online training platform.
GPs and medical professionals are exposed to very particular legal insurance risks that arise from the intensively pressured environment they work in. This article focuses on ARAG’s new products, including its individual Fitness to Practice policy which is available for distribution through brokers.
After years of debate, the Civil Liability Bill passed into law at the very end of 2018, with the implementation scheduled for April 2020. This short article answers some key questions for brokers and their motor clients.
It has been more than 18 months since the employment tribunal fee regime was ruled unlawful by the Supreme Court. This article assesses whether fees for employment tribunal claims are likely to be re-introduced in the near future, as well as the potential impact of the government’s Good Work Plan.
The huge IT failure experienced in January, which delayed trials up and down the country, was just a symptom of a much wider malaise that has made it ever harder for people to obtain legal advice and, ultimately, to access justice. Download this short article to find out more.
Legal aid is viewed as one of the three pillars of the welfare state vision. However, with access to justice being cut, research from ARAG shows telephone legal advice running at 85% higher volumes than five years ago. This article highlights why the need for helplines is unequivocal.
Parents are being warned that they could unknowingly be legally liable for some credit card expenditure that their children make using card details stored in games console accounts. This article highlights the potential risks and provides advice to individuals affected.