Risks of working from home

Working from home is risky. Not just the temptations from the fridge, the odds of a domestic or kids trying your patience but the chance you will be scammed. …Cyber-attacks increased significantly when we went into lockdown as cyber criminals looked to take...

Muzzling the economy?

It’s leave or remain take 2. Not Brexit this time but those who want to stay indoors and those happy to go out.   We seem to have a battle between those who feel that we should stay locked down and take no chances with the virus and others who now feel that the...

Covid not the only burning issue

The plumes of smoke were visible for miles around and a reminder that ‘normal’ risks are still an ever-present danger. It is not just COVID-19. The recent explosion and subsequent fire at a scrap metal dealer in Lancing spread to a garage on the adjoining land run by...

Will Compensation come to fore

Boris’s message of staying alert instead of staying at home seemed clear to me, but who knows whether this is the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end? What is clear is that the political blame game has well and truly started. We started with virtually all...

Insurers await Covid-19 answers

Weird, strange and bizarre have been common parlance since the lockdown and for me it’s odd to watch so much TV... …My kids call me ‘boring’ when I head for the discovery channels, whereas I think it fairer that I have an inquisitive nature. However, despite an...

Pandemic cover may break insurers

Here goes with what maybe a difficult task: defending the insurance industry. We often come in for a lot of stick and as I have said here on numerous occasions frequently deserve it, but not over Coronavirus. Firstly, there is the success of travel insurance. Policies...