If the Civil Liability Act took a long time to plan and pass, it seems to have taken even longer to get implemented. With the whiplash reforms implemented on May 31st, this blog briefly highlights some of the challenges presented.
This content focuses on four specific environmental liability exposures that will be of primary concern in the years ahead for businesses and the insurance industry, before outlining how these exposures are presenting some unique liability challenges across the globe.
In this video, Andy Talbot, Head of Sales and Marketing at ARAG UK, looks at Employment Practices Liability (EPL) and how an EPL policy is often seen as a key element in limiting the management liability risks of a business.
The emergence of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in everything from food to drinking water has industries and consumers alike wondering what the long-term effects will be. This content focuses on the slippery consequences of non-stick chemicals and the implications for organisations.
Are there any solutions to the loss of capacity and increasing premiums in the construction professional indemnity market? Download this article to find out more.
With rates down and claims up, brokers are facing a new reality in the directors & officers market. Download this article to find out more.
Care organisations remain at the forefront of the fight against Covid-19 and there’s no doubt that the impact of the virus is a business critical event. Produced by Markel, this content highlights insurance considerations for care organisations and how they can mitigate their exposure.
Every business has some form of environmental exposure and a fire just increases the potential for incurring environmental liabilities. Produced by AXA XL, this whitepaper focuses on the specific environmental exposures arising from fires and how businesses can mitigate the risks.
Every business has some form of environmental exposure and a fire incident can greatly increase pollution liabilities. This article sheds light on why every organisation should have emergency planning and controls in place to deal with the potential environmental impacts of a fire.
Slips and trips are the most common cause of workplace accidents, and frequently lead to public liability and employers’ liability claims. This article focuses on how brokers can help sports and leisure clients to minimise the risk of these common accidents.