The fastest growing legal service in North America
Legal Shield Reveals It’s Secrets
The fastest growing legal service in North America
As citizens in the U.S. we usually seek out our insurance professionals and financial planning professionals to recommend a program of personal risk management to us. Typically this program includes health insurance, life insurance, automobile insurance, home owners insurance, disability insurance, renter’s insurance, long term care insurance, flood insurance, umbrella insurance and perhaps a few others.
Ironically, two of the best kept secrets in the U.S and Canadian societies is that two of our major personal risks that we currently face are for legal expenses and for identity theft. According to a recent study, 57 million Americans will have legal issues this year and only 60% will deal with them. Identity theft has been the largest consumer theft complaint for 12 years, and now exceeds the costs of the illegal drug trade. Thieves have realized that identity theft is much easier and much less dangerous to accomplish. In 2011 more than
11 million people in our country were victims of identity theft…and each day some 30,000 people awake to learn their identity has been stolen.
I refer to this most recent Research White Paper
New Study Shows Need, Demand for Legal Services By Working Americans and Families
Study Identifies Cost and Confusion as Barriers to Getting Needed Legal Help
57 Million Americans Have Legal Issues
Legal plans offer many advantages to citizens that many financial advisors and insurance agents are not aware of…if they were aware of these benefits. I believe they would be much more likely to recommend them to their clients. In all fairness to our insurance professionals and financial advisors legal plans began in the U.S. in 1972 whereas in Europe these plans began in 1907 and there have been accepted by what is estimated as some 80% of the population in some countries. In the U.S. market estimates of some 40 to 70 million Americans would have legal plans if they knew about them.
I will list some of these advantages for you so that you may talk with your insurance professional and financial advisor. In the meantime many people who take the time to understand the powerful benefits take action immediately and this Blog gives you the option to do just that.
First, these legal plans have “unlimited” access to highly qualified, experience attorneys during normal working hours. After working hours these plans provide a 24/7 access to attorneys for emergencies…to avoid arrests or deal with accidents.
This unlimited access permits individuals, families, and small business owners to be proactive on legal issues and to take steps to avoid legal problems by getting good legal advice before a problem has occurred. Any sound decision maker, especially a small business owner, would like to know all of their options available without paying the U.S. average of about $284 per hour for an attorney. If you can get the same thing for $17 or $26 per month for your family and $75 or less in some states for your small business of up to 50) employees, wouldn’t you choose the lower cost with the same quality?
With each personal or family legal plan comes a Will, Living Will, and Health Care Power of Attorney document for the member and the spouse can have the same for $20 additional. These estate planning documents typically cost about $500 per set for each person, not including annual review. It is estimated that 55% of Americans die each year without a Will.
LegalShield provides attorneys that appear for you in court to represent you on traffic violations. Traffic violations that add points to your license usually cause your automotive insurance to increase some $60-$70 per month for 3) years. This coverage is family coverage which includes children of ages specified.
In the event that anyone is charged with vehicular homicide where a death has occurred, LegalShield provides unlimited legal representation in court to represent the person charged. Personally, I know of no other insurance company in the U.S. that provides this vehicular homicide legal protection in court. If you know of a company that offers this I would like to hear from you. What if you or one of your clients is charged with vehicular homicide and you must have court legal representation. How would you pay for that? In many cases that representation can be $50,000 to $100,000.
In case the IRS wants to audit your income tax returns, we provide 50 hours of representation to assist you with the IRS.
If you or your spouse is named defendant or respondent in a covered civil or job-related criminal action filed in court, we provide 60 to 75 hours each for 5 years, dependent upon plan type, to give you legal representation for up to 300 or 335 hours over five years.
You may continue to use your Provider aw Firm for legal situations that extend beyond plan coverage. The additional services are 25% off the law Firms standard hourly rates.
There are numerous other benefits offered with these plans that are described in the information below.
LegalShield offers across the U.S. and Canada qualified legal plan services for individuals and families at very reasonable costs, for under $20 per month. A legal plan and an identity theft plan are also available for less than $1 per day. And these are a beginning to the services that provide some 80% of the legal services that you need. For the remainder the Provider Attorney firm offers their services at a 25% discount. You can begin these services immediately by filling out the information at the following website…
After completing the membership application information requested on the above site, within 24-36 hours you will be provided with your membership number that entitles you to full access to all legal services. Upon receipt of your membership number which I will provide personally to you, you may contact the legal firm for unlimited questions and discussions. Your request will be responded to by a qualified, trusted attorney within 8 hours of your request. The company is well-respected by the Attorney Generals of states in the U.S. and the Better Business Bureau, having served some 4 million people now for over 40 years.