5 tips to avoid a business insurance horror story this Halloween

5 tips to avoid business insurance horror story this Halloween

Is your Business Insurance a Trick or a Treat? As a business owner, you probably know insurance and risk management should be top priority to ensure smooth operation of your company. However, insurance is a complex area and, as such, there are mistakes or oversights that might prove costly for your business. We’ve made a […]

Shop and Retail Industry Services – Overview

IS YOUR RETAIL BUSINESS EQUIPPED TO HANDLE AN UNEXPECTED DISASTER?  Don’t wait until it’s too late to mitigate potential risks at your retail business. Implement proper risk management techniques with help from our library of resources, including an industry-specific risk management series, a comprehensive Business Continuity Planning Toolkit and step-by-step checklists.    ARE YOUR RETAIL […]

Supreme Court Upholds COVID-19 Business Interruption Ruling

A new ruling by the Supreme Court will help thousands of business interruption insurance policyholders recover from the financial ramifications of the coronavirus pandemic and resulting closures. The ruling was issued on 15th January 2021. Background The court’s decision stemmed from an appeal of a test case brought by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in […]

Commercial Insurance Profile – November 2020

What to Know About the FCA’s Business Interruption Case Ruling It’s no secret that the coronavirus pandemic and resulting lockdown has caused a number of major disruptions for organisations of sizes. Many employers have had to alter their direction, slow down operations or even shut down completely. With that in mind, in May, the Financial […]

How COVID-19 could impact your business’ insurance

“Most commercial insurance policies are unlikely to cover pandemics or unspecified notifiable diseases, such as COVID-19. However, those businesses which have an insurance policy that covers government ordered closure and pandemics or government ordered closure and unspecified notifiable disease should be able to make a claim (subject to the terms and conditions of their policy). […]