Employee interest in legal benefits continues to grow, particularly as many Americans have recently found themselves dealing with legal and financial challenges like tenant disputes and consumer protection issues in the aftermath of the pandemic.

Chances are, you're fielding more inquiries from employer clients who are looking at the pros and cons of adding a legal benefit to their existing lineup, or those who are taking another look at their current legal plan to see if it's measuring up to employees' needs.  According to our own research in 2021, more than 75% of Fortune 100 and 55% of Fortune 500 companies now offer some type of legal plan to their workforce.

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