Employer Plans for Businesses and Associations
From businesses to churches to country clubs, providing a voluntary benefit that offers worry-free legal coverage is one important way to increase staff productivity or simply provide peace of mind for your associates.
The best group legal insurance Texas has to offer provided by Texas Legal will give your staff an affordable employee benefit to help resolve legal matters and plan for the various stages of life that require legal help like family changes or creating a will.
A legal benefit plan provided by Texas Legal works in much the same way that health insurance covers medical expenses. Members pay an affordable monthly premium and when a legal issue arises, Texas Legal pays participating attorneys directly with no deductibles or co-pays. For more information, see our Employer Offered Plans.
Texas Legal benefits Texans.
We’ve been benefiting Texans for over 45 years.
Texas Legal is endorsed by the State Bar of Texas and provides legal coverage exclusively to Texans. Because we’re based in Texas, we actively participate in benefit and enrollment meetings across the Lone Star State as well as help facilitate workshops to educate our Members on the importance of legal protection.
Texas Legal operates as a non-profit organization with a mission-based focus to provide affordable legal access to Texas citizens.
Four reasons to add Texas Legal to your benefits package.
GROUP RATE ADVANTAGE
Individuals in your group will receive improved rates by joining as a group.
COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL BENEFITS PACKAGE
Texas Legal provides legal benefits that avoid lengthy waiting periods, cover multiple areas of law and offer Members the freedom to choose an attorney.
EASY ENROLLMENT AND PAYMENT METHODS
Employees can enroll online and we offer several convenient methods for paying monthly premiums including payroll deduction, monthly bank draft, or credit card.
We provide dedicated plan administrative support from our headquarters in Austin, Texas and host free legal education events throughout the Lone Star State.