Brokers are invaluable when it comes to helping landlords find the right insurance cover for their property investments, but it’s essential that they understand all of the upcoming regulations that landlords face. Download this guide to find out how you can ensure your clients have suitable cover.
Figures show that up to 40% of businesses have insufficient business interruption (BI) cover. This article focuses on the steps that brokers can take to minimise the risk of underinsurance and associated client disputes.
Post’s Claims Club recently discussed the reforms and initiatives affecting the claims sector over the course of the unusual post-election Parliamentary session which is currently scheduled to last from 2017 - 2019. This booklet provides an overview of the areas on the agenda.
Increasing globalisation, Brexit and the prospect of new UK/US trade deals are growing incentives for trade with the US. This article explores the important risk, insurance and compliance considerations companies need to make before taking the plunge.
With squatting in commercial buildings on the rise, property owners need a robust approach to risk management to safeguard against potentially costly court fees and business interruption. This article provides risk management tips to commercial property owners and highlights key issues to consider.
Watch this video to get familiar with ARAG's straightforward claiming process to go faster.
Even as insurers are tallying the most recent cyber attacks, underwriters are estimating the next Wannacry attack could be a $2.5 billion hit to insurers. This article sheds light on the latest cyber claims trends and why law firms are increasingly becoming the focus of ransomware attacks.
The ‘Jackson reforms’ significantly altered the way that personal injury claims were administered. Lord Jackson is now undertaking a further review, focusing on legislation around fixed recoverable costs. This article explores the review and the potential implications for brokers and customers.
UNISON have won their Supreme Court challenge against the imposition of Employment Tribunal fees. This short article briefly outlines what the decision could mean in terms of cost savings and claims volumes, as well as the potential implications for legal expenses insurers and policyholders.
Six months into 2017, what have been the highs and lows for the insurance industry – and what does the rest of the year have in store? This half year review focuses on the key developments set to disrupt the insurance landscape as we know it.