Florida Legal: Individual Insurance for You or Your Family
Are you worried about what will happen to your estate should you have a medical emergency? Are you having a problem with a neighbor that you worry will end up in court? Are you considering divorce, or adopting a child? No matter where you are in your life, legal issues are always around the corner. Florida Legal’s pre-paid legal insurance covers you and your family for a wide range of services; from preparing contracts to estate planning to courtroom representation.
How Legal Protection Insurance Works
Legal Protection Insurance (also called Legal Expenses Insurance or simply Legal Insurance) does for attorneys what health insurance does for doctors or car insurance does for auto repair shops. You pay a modest monthly premium, and when you need a lawyer, our panel of skilled Florida attorneys is there at your disposal. You may choose to work with any panel member from any of the practice areas we cover. Once you choose, you work with that lawyer directly, as their client, and Florida Legal pays their legal expenses directly.
This chart is for informational purposes only. All benefits are subject to limitations and exclusions as noted in the policy. Some coverages may have waiting periods.
Why Choose Florida Legal?
How It Works
Choose the membership option that best fits your needs and budget, and pay your first premium.
From the moment your coverage kicks in, our network of attorneys becomes available for you; our coverage will pay for any relevant legal needs that come up*. When you first contact a Participating Attorney, simply present your FLIP identification card and complete the appropriate section of the claim form.
You don’t even deal with payment; simply submit a claim to Florida Legal and we’ll deal with your Florida attorney directly for payments of covered claims.
It’s that simple.
*There are some restrictions. The Certificate of Coverage details all limitations and exclusions. You will be responsible for paying any charges or expenses in excess of or otherwise not covered under the Policy.