About Us

Protecting people is our business. It has been for more than 40 years. In 1969, our founder, Harland Stonecipher, had an epiphany. His life savings had just been depleted after being forced to defend himself against an accusation that he was responsible for a motor vehicle accident. He found himself financially unprepared for the legal costs he incurred — even though the accident was not his fault. From that day forward, he was determined to make sure everyone has access to legal protection. No matter how traumatic or trivial the situation. That’s how LegalShield was born.

 

Why We Started

We wanted to level the playing field. Legal issues can mean trouble for anyone. Now, no matter who you are or how much money you have, LegalShield can help with a range of legal services that support you launching and running your business.

 

What We Believe In

We believe that by educating, protecting and serving our members, we can improve their lives dramatically. With a law firm by your side, you can truly worry less and live more.

 

Why We Choose the Best

We’re proud to have high standards. You’re that important to us. We partner with provider law firms across the United States and Canada with specialists in any legal issue you can think of.

This website gives a general overview of LegalShield’s Launch products and legal plan coverages. The benefits and prices described are not available in all states. See specific details on terms, coverage, pricing, conditions and exclusions by selecting your state in the cart at www.launchbylegalshield.com.

LegalShield provides access to legal services offered by a network of provider law firms to LegalShield members and their covered family members through membership based participation. Neither LegalShield nor its officers, employees or sales associates directly or indirectly provide legal services, representation, or advice and is not able to render an opinion or recommendation concerning a selection of an entity or document. Information you provide LegalShield is covered by our privacy policy, but not by an attorney-client privilege.