Business Interruption Insurance is also known as Loss of Profit or Consequential Loss cover and is pivotal to the future of a business if serious physical damage occurs which is covered by the underlying material damage perils.

 

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Business Travel policies should be arranged in those cases where any Director/Partner/Employees are travelling on behalf of the business. It’s often the case that the travellers are decision makers or key personnel... 

 

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A commercial combined insurance policy will routinely include some or all of the following perils: Fire, Lightning, Explosion, Aircraft, Riot and Civil Commotion, Malicious Damage, Earthquake, Storm...

 

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We have grouped these two distinct insurance products together as they are closely aligned. Whereas ‘cyber’ crime policies are mostly to do with the consequences of a cyber attack from a technology viewpoint, ‘commercial’ crime deals...

 

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A company’s Articles of Association delegate the management of the company to its directors who, in practice, make policy decisions on behalf of the company. They also enter into contracts and transactions as agents of the company...

 

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Employers Liability Insurance is a statutory requirement and failure to have this cover is liable to a fine, up to £2,500 per day. As an employer, you are liable for injuries to your staff where there is a breach of duty at common law or...

 

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For nearly 150 years, Engineering insurers have been providing a range of inspection services and insurance covers. Initially activity was limited to inspection services but it has developed over...

 

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A contract of Marine Insurance is a contract whereby the Insurer undertakes to indemnify the assured against losses incident to Marine Cargo adventure...

 

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The Business Insurance Bureau does not specialise in domestic motor insurance, but does arrange motor fleet covers for clients company vehicles, be that cars, commercial vehicles or...

 

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The Insured is indemnified against legal liability to pay damages and claimants costs, in respect of accidental bodily injury and accidental damage to material property...

 

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Also called Income Protection and designed to provide income during periods of long term incapacity. Cover can be arranged on an individual basis or employers can...

 

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Claims are increasingly made against persons or firms engaged in professional duties or the provision of such services for alleged negligence, omission or error...

 

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A public liability policy covers the insured’s legal liability to compensate third parties for personal injury, loss of or damage to property. Primarily, the policy covers risks...

 

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Acts of terrorism can take many different forms, but typically include bombing, assassination, hijacking or random killings.  They are carried out by organisations for political...

 

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