Legal advice helpline

Whether you are having a dispute with your employer, or need advice on a consumer issue, our experienced telephone advisers can provide practical advice, suggest next steps and guide you through the legal process.

Legal helpline

Whatever issue you may be facing our advisers can guide you through often complicated issues and help to reduce the risk of unnecessary litigation.

Almost
90,000
calls received in 2018

Here are just a few examples of the everyday legal issues we can advise on.

  • Employment contracts
  • Disciplinary procedures
  • Commercial contracts & disputes
  • Redundancy & termination
  • Property damage
  • Landlord & tenant disputes
  • Commercial property issues.

These are just a few examples of the everyday legal issues you can get advice on. Your DAS policy will also provide access to specialist advisers to assist with other areas such as tax, patent and copyright, business registration and more.

Whatever issues you may be facing our advisers can be a valuable resource, guiding you through often complicated issues and helping to reduce the risk of unnecessary litigation and cost.

Please call the number quoted in your policy wording to speak to one of the team today.

Legal document drafting

You can also get advice on many legal issues and access to numerous legal documents and templates, by visiting DAS UK Group’s document preparation website, DAS Householdlaw.

DAS Householdlaw

How can we help?

Being faced with a legal issue can be a daunting process. At DAS Law our expert legal team will be there for you to support you through the legal process. Find out how we can help.

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