Pre Paid Legal Services CDLP:
The way their plans work is captured on this page of LegalShield's website:
"Members have direct, toll-free access to their provider law firm, rather than having to comb through the yellow pages for a referral. Provider firms are carefully selected and the quality of service is closely monitored to maintain the highest of standards. Last year alone, our firms received over 2.1 million calls from our Members."
Since the change to LegalShield.com, it is difficult to find information about their Commercial Driver's Legal Plan (CDLP) on their site. It is no longer listed under Individual plans.
When it was under Pre Paid Legal Services, the CDLP available in our home state of South Carolina provided these main benefits:
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Our experience with Pre Paid Legal in the past taught us that legal help on in-state commercial driver matters for those who have a family plan but not a CDLP membership were handled by the law firm in the state, but out-of-state legal matters were referred to a qualified attorney in the target state.
What we're looking for on this page are reviews from those who have PPL's (or LegalSheild's) full-fledged Commercial Drivers Legal Plan.
If you are a professional truck driver and you either currently are -- or within the last 6 months have been -- a Commercial Drivers Legal Plan member with Pre Paid Legal Services or LegalShield, we invite you to review it on this page through the form below, answering questions such as these:
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