Legal Expenses – the fine print

Employment law has always been a minefield and recent high profile court battles involving Uber and Pimlico Plumbers have just made it all the more complex.... …Lines have been blurred between  the self employed and employed and the introduction of flexible...

Are you trusting of testing?

With the Grenfell Tower Inquiry now well underway, insurers are hopeful that the legacy of the disaster could be comparable with The Great Fire of London... …when following the 1666 fire, the Rebuilding Act was passed requiring new property to be built of brick...

Give a dog a bad name

When ‘Tank’ the bulldog attacked Kit’s friend in Kenosha County in 2015, Kit went to the rescue and helped to restrain Tank until the Police arrived. But Tank didn’t fancy a ride in a squad car and escaped. He went for Kit who was knocked over and repeatedly bitten....

World Cup

8 goals, 2 wins and to some it seems the World Cup is already in the bag, but bad news awaits “England will lose to France in the final”, so says an insurer sponsored report which correctly predicted that Germany would win the last World Cup.   Obviously without...

Government Action

The words swift action and Government don’t tend to go together... …but the insurance world has widely welcomed recent Government announcements on two pressing concerns. Whether ‘swift’ is an appropriate description will depend on your definition but let’s say...