We're In This Together: A Brand-New Way To Get Legal Expense Insurance
We all hope that we'll never need to pursue our legal rights, whether we're bringing a claim against another party or whether we're defending ourselves against another claim. However, things happen in the course of doing business - and the need for legal help can be expensive and time-consuming for any business, particularly small businesses. That's why legal expense insurance is essential for most small business owners.
And that's where we come in. Introducing Group Buy Protect, a brand-new benefit offered to CNLA members. The more members who purchase legal expense insurance through Group Bid Protect, the lower the price becomes for everyone. We can all work together as industry professionals to bring insurance costs down; in fact, you're likely to save so much on insurance that the savings will cover a significant portion of your Provincial Association membership!
Interested? Send an email to CNLA@rdainsurance.com for a unique user ID that will allow you to join the program. For more information about Group Buy Protect and legal expense insurance, please visit http://www.groupbuyprotect.com.
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