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Here's an eyebrow-raising fact: 47 percent of people reported having at least one civil legal problem within a year. Getting legal advice when you need it can put your mind at ease.
Signing up for a legal plan provided by your employer provides access to expert legal assistance, and it can cost less per year than one hour of legal work, which is about $370, depending on experience.1
Here are some situations where having a lawyer can come in handy:
Open enrollment is a great time to find out about your employer-provided legal plan. Take our quiz to see if legal insurance might be right for you.
1 Based on the average hourly rate of $370 based on years of legal experience, National Law Journal and ALM Legal Intelligence, Survey of law Firm Economics (2018).
Nothing in these materials is intended to be advice for a particular situation or individual. These materials are for general information purposes only.