DAS Canada celebrates 5 years!
2010 impacted Canadians’ lives in many ways. Apple created a new market where none existed before by releasing its first iPad, selling 3 million devices in only 80 days. Vancouver hosted the 21st Winter Olympics, bringing the whole country together as Canada placed 3rd overall with 26 medals. 2010 was also the year Canadians were given access to justice with DAS Canada entering the insurance market as the first mono-line insurer specializing in Legal Expense Insurance.
“Our first five years in business have flown by and we are delighted to say we’ve reached some amazing milestones. We are proud to be bringing access to justice to over 300,000 Canadians, and expect to reach 20 million in premiums this year”, says Barbara Haynes, President & CEO of DAS Canada.
Within five years, DAS Canada has experienced great success, becoming Canada’s leading specialized legal expense company. “It’s great to see more Canadians are familiar with legal expense insurance and we are rapidly expanding the market”, she adds. “My thanks to the DAS team, and also to the brokers and corporate partners who partner with us to demonstrate the value of Legal Expense Insurance to clients across Canada”.
DAS Canada is a full-service specialist in legal expense insurance. We empower individuals, business owners, groups and associations when they are faced with unexpected legal issues. A DAS policy offers clients financial protection against costly legal expenses, allowing them to defend and pursue their legal rights and giving them unlimited access to legal advice at any time. We are committed to building and leading the legal expense insurance market in Canada and creating access to justice for all Canadians. DAS Canada is part of DAS Group, the market leader in legal expense insurance and a subsidiary of ERGO - the primary insurer of the Munich Re Group.
To learn more, please visit www.das.ca.
Posted: 9/18/2015 2:42:23 PM
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