Our lawyers are experienced members of the Barreau du Québec. For over 25 years, they have made it their priority to support our personal insurance clients. We are now pleased to offer a comprehensive coverage to our commercial insurance clients!
Great coverage for just pennies a day
Offered as a complement to your company’s property and civil liability insurance, Legal Access Insurance allows you to defend your rights or have access to the services of the proper professional (lawyer or notary) when necessary. It provides many benefits:
- Consult the lawyer or notary of your choice
- Benefit from the experience of a team of lawyers who are members of the Barreau du Québec
- We work with all types of courts or dispute resolution methods (Law courts, Administrative tribunals, Mediation, Conciliation, Arbitration)
- Premiums are not increased in the event of claims or legal consultations
- Confidentiality is guaranteed
- Affordable premiums
What does Legal Access Insurance for Businesses cover?
Legal consultation service by telephone
Reimbursement of fees charged by lawyers, notaries and independent experts
Financial support for preparing a case scheduled for Small Claims court
Find out how Legal Access Insurance can benefit you!
Examples of covered disputes:
Dismissal challenges, breach of an employment contract or clause, dispute over remuneration, severance package negotiations, etc.
Workplace health and safety
Disputes over workplace accidents, CNESST complaints, discrimination complaints, etc.
Disputes over commercial leases (tenant or landlord), latent defects in purchased or sold buildings, breach of purchase offer, faulty work or construction defects, neighbour problems, etc.
Consumer issues, commercial contracts and transactions
Breach of contract, manufacturing defects, misrepresentation, problems with a subcontractor or supplier, dispute when enforcing a security, problems with a franchise contract, etc.
Breach of declaration of co-ownership or regulations, neighbour problems, dispute with real estate developer, builder or contractor (e.g. faulty work, legal hypothec), dispute with a co-owner, etc.