Covéa Integrates Rocket Lawyer’s Legal Tech Services into Its Products

Members can resolve their legal issues by easily creating legal documents, as well as accessing Rocket Lawyer’s extensive services and a library of legal guides.

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Covéa, a Paris-based mutual insurance group covering €16.3 billion in risks in France through its MAAF, MMA and GMF brands, has integrated Rocket Lawyer’s (San Francisco) legal solutions into its suite of products, available on any device.

Christophe Bardet, General Manager, Covéa Protection Juridique.

“Our objective is to be an innovative company, developing a long-term vision, by offering our members the best possible insurance service, by combining the expertise of our 350 lawyers with the digital offer of the best legal technologies,” comments Christophe Bardet, General Manager, Covéa Protection Juridique. “With this in mind, we are delighted to partner with Rocket Lawyer to provide new legal solutions to our 11.5 million clients.”

Through what Rocket Lawyer calls an integrated, co-branded experience, Covéa members can resolve their legal issues by easily creating legal documents, as well as accessing Rocket Lawyer’s extensive services and a library of legal guides, according to the vendor. Partnership members can instantly sign online, using the Rocket Sign eSignature feature developed by Rocket Lawyer.

On-Demand Legal Benefits

“Legal issues affect small businesses and consumers all over the world, and many people are priced out of the help they need,” comments Charley Moore, Founder and CEO, Rocket Lawyer. “We’re honored that Covéa chose us as their legal platform partner. This is only the start and we’re looking forward to serving Covéa’s customers and helping other innovative organizations bring the value of on-demand legal benefits to their customers, partners and employees.”

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Anthony R. O’Donnell // Anthony O'Donnell is Executive Editor of Insurance Innovation Reporter. For nearly two decades, he has been an observer and commentator on the use of information technology in the insurance industry, following industry trends and writing about the use of IT across all sectors of the insurance industry. He can be reached at [email protected] or (503) 936-2803.

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