An increasing number of people are experiencing legal life events in the past year, and, among those, an increasing number are going through four or more a year, according to a new study commissioned by ARAG. And that’s not the worst part: The number of people of who experienced a life change like home construction or having a death in the family and admitted it impacted them at work is also on the rise.

A study conducted by Russell Research finds that 74% -- nearly three out of four – Americans dealt with a legal life event (the most common being the purchase of a new automobile) in the past year, up from 69% in 2007. Out of those, 40% went through four or more such events, up from 28% five years ago.

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