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Legal expenses insurance provider BTE and ATE

Over the past 75 years, Arag has evolved into a versatile quality insurer with a focus on national and international legal insurance. 

Arag employs 3,500 staff and operates successfully in 14 countries, including the United States, and holds a leading position in many international legal insurance markets. In 2011, the Group reported total revenue and premium income of close to €1.5 billion.

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Video: ARAG - Motor breakdown solutions

 

Motor breakdown solutions can provide your customers with immediate access to a network of reputable breakdown services and pays for the cost of vehicle repair. In this video, ARAG’s George Bladon discusses the advantages for both intermediaries and customers of having motor breakdown as an add-on.

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