Frequently Asked Questions

Prepare for unexpected and everyday legal needs with Equal Justice For All Legal Insurance.

Not all legal situations require legal documents. Sometimes, knowledge of the law is your most powerful defense.  For example, what are your rights if:

Your neighbor trims your trees without your permission?
You think your contractor is cutting corners?
Your child is at fault in a car accident?
You’re a tenant and having issues with your landlord?

Equal Justice For All provides comprehensive depth of knowledge in your legal rights.

Last year alone, 8 out of 10 consumers faced at least one legal issue such as dissolution of marriage, estate planning needs, or financial actions such as foreclosure.

Some of our legal documents include:

  • Standard Will
  • Durable Power of Attorney
  • Child Custodial Authority Consent Form
  • Medical Treatment Authorization for Minors
  • Contractor Agreement
  • Living Will
  • Complaint Letters
  • Warranty or Quit Claim Deed
  • Bill of Sale
  • And many, many more!

How do I enroll?

Complete the application found on our website or download our application (requires Adobe PDF reader), complete it, and mail to:

Equal Justice For All Legal Expense Insurance Company

2468 Atlantic Boulevard

Jacksonville, Florida  32207


Or email it to us at [email protected]

How do I pay for the plan?

The cost of Equal Justice For All legal insurance is low and premiums are collected through a monthly statement or our bank draft program. You will pay a monthly fee for full coverage for yourself, your spouse and your eligible dependent children for a minimum of one year.

How do I use the plan?

You will be given an insurance card with the name, address and telephone number of your personal attorney. Contact your attorney directly for legal assistance with any covered service. There are no forms to complete and no one to call for approval.

What legal services are excluded from the plan?

Please refer to pages 5 and 6 of the sample policy for a complete list of exclusions.

Notice: Any person who knowingly and with intent to injure, defraud, or deceive any insurer files a statement of claim or an application containing any false, incomplete, or misleading information is guilty of a felony of the third degree. 817.234 Florida Statutes