Welsh Police Tackle Lack of Van Insurance with Bilingual Message

Published on Wednesday 23rd November 2011 by Dan Holloway in Van Insurance

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It has been revealed that police in South Wales have taken to using bilingual stickers to highlight vehicles seized without car or van insurance. Provided by the Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB), the labels in both Welsh and English push the message home to all residents that having no vehicle insurance will not be tolerated. With [...]

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Liverpool City Council has revealed plans to instate charges for buskers to allow them to play in the city. Those wanting to perform on the streets would be required to hold a specific licence with restrictions on when and where they could play, and individuals would need to take out their own public liability insurance. [...]

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It has been revealed that Boots Opticians have moved its professional indemnity insurance cover for franchises to the Federation of Ophthalmic and Dispensing Opticians (FODO), leaving its previous provider, the Association of Optometrists (AOP), concerned about its new level of cover. Whilst Boots maintained that it wanted cover consistency, the AOP revealed that the maximum [...]

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Widow Left with Damaged Wall after Driver Fails to Stop

Published on Friday 18th November 2011 by Dan Holloway in Insurance News, Van Insurance

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For many people, having van insurance is vital so that, in the case of an accident, they can stop and provide policy details so financial expenses do not fall to the victim’s responsibility. However, a widow in Peterborough is facing expensive repairs after a van careered into her garden wall before speeding off without stopping. [...]

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A Chesterfield-based glass company have snagged a lucrative contract with Gladiator. Auto Windscreens will supply glass repairs for claims relating to theft, fire, and third party incidents, with the company said to be delighted over the decision. Admiral Group’s Gladiator are the insurers commercial vehicle broker, providing public liability insurance, employers insurance and courier, car, [...]

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Professional Indemnity Insurance Firm Joins Willis Network

Published on Wednesday 16th November 2011 by Dan Holloway in Professional Indemnity

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It has been revealed by Willis that they have added nine new members to their network, thereby increasing the number of brokers to 125. The Willis Commercial Network, which represents big independent brokers across the UK, said that they had welcomed Astute Insurance Solutions, J&A Brokers, Resolute Insurance Services, Fenchurch Private Clients and the professional [...]

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Professional Indemnity Insurance Rises 20% for Solicitors

Published on Tuesday 15th November 2011 by Dan Holloway in Professional Indemnity

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It has been revealed that there has been a 20 per cent rise in the level of mandatory professional indemnity insurance premiums that solicitors have to pay. The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) revealed the figures that showed that costs were a fifth higher than they were in 2010. For the 10,917 solicitors firms in England [...]

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SRA Reveals Professional Indemnity Insurance Market Players

Published on Monday 14th November 2011 by Dan Holloway in Professional Indemnity

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The Solicitors Regulation Authority has revealed that there are four major market players supplying professional indemnity insurance to over 50 per cent of the solicitors market. Published in the Law Society Gazette, the SRA showed that XL, Hannover, QBE, and Travellers supplied the industry with 18 per cent, 12.5 per cent, 11.8 per cent and [...]

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Fete Success Brings Funds for Public Liability Insurance

Published on Friday 11th November 2011 by Dan Holloway in Professional Indemnity

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Public liability insurance is a vital requirement for all businesses or charities, offering financial support should a member of the public get hurt. For charities and non-profit organisations, paying premiums can be a costly process, with the expenses having to be covered by generous supporters. This is the case for Furry Friends, who have revealed [...]

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Professional Indemnity Insurance to be Offered by HSE Passport

Published on Thursday 10th November 2011 by Dan Holloway in Professional Indemnity

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It has been revealed that HSE Passport is to offer professional indemnity insurance for UK freelancers through a venture with Caunce O’Hara. HSE Passport, a company that provides support for contractors, agencies, umbrella companies, and host companies looking to meet Health & Safety legislations requirements, will offer the policy as a way of offering a [...]

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