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ALLIANZ LEGAL PROTECTION LAUNCHES EMPLOYEE LEGAL ASSISTANCE PRODUCT

Press release   •   Sep 29, 2016 10:58 BST

David Vine, business development manager

Allianz Legal Protection has launched a new legal assistance product for employers that is designed to support employees with legal issues.

The Allianz Legal Assistance product provides employees with immediate access to a solicitor who can provide support and guidance for personal legal matters ranging from purchasing property to relationship issues.

The comprehensive package also features a free online tool which enables employees to take legal health checks and reference law guides. A key aspect of the tool is the document creation facility which allows employees to generate legal documents, such as wills, at no extra cost.

The product has been designed in collaboration with DWF LLP, a leading legal business who have partnered with Allianz to provide claims handling and other additional services on a fee paying basis for any costs not covered by the product.

David Vine, business development manager commented: “We believe that for many individuals, knowing how and where to find quality legal advice can be daunting. Our product makes it easier for our customers to obtain help with legal issues at a time convenient for them.”

“Whilst we’re not offering funding for every legal expense an individual will encounter in their lives, but our partnership with DWF LLP has enabled us to be able to offer a certainty around costs and a quality solution for almost every eventuality”

Allianz Insurance is one of the largest general insurers in the UK and part of the Allianz SE Group, the largest property and casualty insurer worldwide.

Around 85 million private and corporate customers rely on Allianz's knowledge, global reach, capital strength and solidity to help them make the most of financial opportunities and to avoid and safeguard themselves against risks.

In 2015, over 142,000 employees in more than 70 countries achieved total revenues of approximately 125.2bn euros.

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