Designed for brokers, this webinar focuses on the specific risks media companies face today, the perils of underinsurance and the opportunities available to brokers who are looking to either enter the market or grow their existing book of business.
It has been 15 years since the Environmental Liability Directive came into force, yet many companies remain unware of the potential liabilities they face. This article highlights the limitations of general liability policies and the advantages of taking out specialist environmental liability cover.
The role of a company director or owner can be a stressful one as they contend with the ever-present threat of a claim being brought against them as a result of their actions. This content sheds light on the new and emerging risks that are adding pressure to business decision makers.
Symantec reports that the number of ransomware variants has increased by 46 percent and this trend is expected to continue as cyber crime methods evolve. This article highlights the latest cyber trends, areas vulnerable to attack and the steps organisations can take to mitigate cyber risks.
As experts in the fields of insurance and legal expenses in particular, ARAG is now able to help its customers improve their own knowledge and expertise via our new online training platform. This one page guide highlights the modules covered via ARAG’s EduMe online training platform.
Despite many harmless and beneficial moulds, some moulds can be toxic and pose very serious health threats to humans. This article highlights why contractors need to take appropriate precautions to prevent mould from getting a hold during construction and lists some proactive considerations.
GPs and medical professionals are exposed to very particular legal insurance risks that arise from the intensively pressured environment they work in. This article focuses on ARAG’s new products, including its individual Fitness to Practice policy which is available for distribution through brokers.
After years of debate, the Civil Liability Bill passed into law at the very end of 2018, with the implementation scheduled for April 2020. This short article answers some key questions for brokers and their motor clients.
It has been more than 18 months since the employment tribunal fee regime was ruled unlawful by the Supreme Court. This article assesses whether fees for employment tribunal claims are likely to be re-introduced in the near future, as well as the potential impact of the government’s Good Work Plan.
The introduction of new standards in education and childcare has brought about changes in the OFSTED inspection process. This case study looks at how Tumblewood, an independent special school and residential care provider utilised its social welfare policy to achieve compliance.