LegalShield Launches New Website User-Friendly Site Offers Dynamic Content and Interactive Capabilities; Serves as an Educational Tool on Legal Service and Identity Theft Plans
DALLAS, May 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- LegalShield today launched a redesigned website, www.legalshield.com, that will give users easier access to information about the company's legal service and identity theft plans. The new site, with new intuitive navigation, updated graphics, dynamic content and new interactive capabilities, is designed to serve as an educational tool and resource for LegalShield prospective members who are looking for help to make smart legal decisions for themselves, their families and their businesses.
"We wanted our new site to be more than a resource for people and businesses interested in legal service and identity theft plans," said Diane McKenna, LegalShield's vice president of consumer marketing. "The content on the site will be changing and evolving with new information and tools so that visitors are encouraged to return on a regular basis to get the latest information about LegalShield products."
In addition to in-depth information about LegalShield's dedicated provider law firms, products and services, visitors to the new site will find tips on how to get the most out of their LegalShield plans, and can access video vignettes from LegalShield members on how the company's plans have helped them.
LegalShield is one of the nation's leading providers of legal safeguards for individuals, families and small businesses. LegalShield also offers one of the industry's most affordable identity theft plans. Members receive identity theft protection for the entire family for the cost most competitors charge to cover a single individual. LegalShield legal plans cover more than 1.4 million families and 3.5 million lives across North America. More than 34,000 companies offer the LegalShield plan to their employees as a voluntary benefit. For as low as $17 per month, LegalShield members get access to attorneys who are experienced in the areas of law that most impact families and small businesses. Unlike other legal plans or do-it-yourself websites, LegalShield has dedicated law firms in 49 states and four provinces in Canada that members can call for help without having to worry about high hourly rates. The attorneys at these firms have an average of 19 years of experience in such areas as family matters, estate planning, financial and business issues, consumer protection, tax, real estate, benefits disputes and auto/driving issues. In 2012 alone, LegalShield firms received more than 2.1 million calls from members. For more information, visit www.legalshield.com or call 800-654-7757.