Employment Practices Liability Insurance – what’s that?

The employment landscape is constantly changing. Even if an organisation can keep up with the changes, mistakes may happen or grievances may arise. Employment practices liability insurance provides protection to all kinds of organisations against the financial risks associated with a wide range of disputes. Why do you need Employment Practices Insurance? Employment disputes can […]

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Draft guidance: Business interruption insurance test case – proving the presence of coronavirus (Covid-19) | FCA

The FCA is consulting on draft guidance on how the presence of coronavirus (Covid-19) may be proved, based on the High Court’s judgment and declarations. Please follow the link below for further details:- https://www.fca.org.uk/publications/guidance-consultations/draft-guidance-business-interruption-insurance-test-case-proving-presence-coronavirus

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What you need to know about Green Cards from Neil Willies Insurance Brokers & Aviva

The UK formally left the European Union on 31 January 2020. Uncertainty remains on whether a Free Trade Agreement will be in place following the end of the Transition Period on 31 December 2020. On or after 1 January 2021, UK motor insurance customers driving in the European Economic Area, Andorra, Serbia and Switzerland will […]

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Business interruption (BI) insurance is one of the most misunderstood and overlooked policies for a business.

This is because many business owners wrongly think that other insurances will take care of everything if their operations are interrupted by events such as flooding, fires, or break-ins.    However, while building and contents policies will usually put the initial damages right, they will not contribute to any of the consequential financial losses your […]

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Construction is the UK’s third most dangerous industry, are you doing enough?

Health and safety failings in the construction and manufacturing industries result in damages worth over £1 billion a year.  Now, faced with a situation unlike any other, experts are warning that these costs will only increase in the coming months.  Many projects have slowed or been halted this year due to the pandemic, leading to […]

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