Constructive conversations: Professional liability considerations when insuring modular construction
From healthcare to hospitality, many industries are embracing modular and prefabricated construction methods to potentially save time, reduce scheduling delays and improve overall quality. This article looks at the possible professional liability risks and the need for the right insurance.
ARAG's news bulletin covers the latest developments impacting the legal expenses insurance field. Topics covered: underwriter failures; compensation culture; clinical negligence premiums; the Civil Liabilities Bill; industrial disease; events and charity fundraising.
What do you buy the high net worth individual who has everything? By highlighting specific examples, ARAG’s Andy Talbot explains why legal expenses insurance tailored to suit the heightened and varied demands of the high net worth market is essential, to ensure such clients are fully covered.
In this article, Philippe Bouchet, Senior Underwriter & Mathilde Duthoit-Michelet, Underwriter, at AXA XL Art & Lifestyle, outline the different types of collectors, the importance of educating clients about prevention and protection techniques, as well as AXA XL Art’s approach to large collections.
In this video, Jason Anthony, CEO at MGAM talks about why they selected ARAG as their commercial legal expenses insurance provider and what it is like working with us.
Our recent research revealed more than a third of brokers don’t feel fully prepared to meet the requirements of IDD, with only 8% of UK brokers saying they ‘know everything they need to know’. Designed for brokers, this guide looks at the impact of IDD on scheme creation and distribution.
This final instalment in a three-part whitepaper on the schemes market looks at what steps can be taken to future-proof schemes and delegated authorities (DA) and what sectors brokers can look to for future growth.
The third episode of Insurance Age’s documentary series with AXA, Scheme Smart, focuses on what steps can be taken to future-proof schemes and delegated authorities and what sectors brokers can look to for future growth.
In this BIBA guide, our fourth and final for 2018, we look at the considerations required in the modern world when it comes to business interruption (BI) covers.
In a volatile world, high profile, high net-worth individuals and organisations are favourite targets for kidnappers, while other criminals dabble in “express kidnapping”. This article provides some top tips for travellers and highlights the benefits of procuring kidnap, ransom and extortion cover.