The NASUWT Benevolent Fund is available to members and former members and the dependants of members, former members and deceased members, provided a subscription has been paid to the Union.
The NASUWT arranges prompt and effective representation provided by specialist criminal solicitors at Thompsons for teachers facing criminal allegations arising from their teaching employment whilst they were in membership of the Union.
NASUWT offers first-class legal assistance to members on all employment-related matters, including advice, negotiation and representation.
Free Legal Cover from Thompsons Solicitors
NASUWT members have access to free, expert legal advice and representation through the Union's legal scheme provided by Thompsons Solicitors.
Free Will Writing, Probate and Lasting Power of Attorney
As an NASUWT member, you can use the free online wills portals operated by BBH Legal Services/Thompsons Solicitors on behalf of the NASUWT, to help safeguard the interests of your family, friends and dependants.
NASUWT can provide legal advice on any issue with which you need assistance. Members can have a 30-minute free telephone call with experienced advisors who are able to access the latest information and are equipped to advise on any non-employment-related legal issue.
The NASUWT has a number of agreements in place to represent members overseas, including Germany, Cyprus, the Channel Islands, Gibraltar and the Isle of Man (IOM).
NASUWT members are entitled to full casework and legal advice, support and representation regarding personal injury and expert solicitors can pursue personal injury claims for members who have suffered an accident, illness or assault at work.