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EU Decision Delivered

Posted on 1st Mar 2011

So the decision has been made that it is sexual discrimination to rate insurance policies on gender.

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A Date For Your Diary

Posted on 10th Feb 2011

March 1 is a date that may be in many of your diaries for differing reasons, but not many of you will be looking for rulings from the European Court of Justice!

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Diamond Cuts

Posted on 10th Feb 2011

If you’ve bought anything abroad – particularly jewellery or watches – did you pay the import duty? 

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Public wealth warnings!

Posted on 7th Feb 2011

Someone has stolen my script!  Some excellent observations and warnings for wealthy home owners and their insurance needs appeared in a recent industry magazine – they are so very, very close to many of my own diatribes AND I have met the writer, so although I have given the source at the end of the blog – it could have/might have, been me!

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High winds

Posted on 4th Feb 2011

As very strong winds spread across the UK, keep an eye on any perimeter fences; gates etc., particularly as damage caused to these by storm/strong winds, aren’t usually covered by your insurance policy unless there’s also damage to the main property.

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It's good to talk

Posted on 27th Jan 2011

A good few hours were spent the other evening, researching the options with which to punctuate the up and coming Summer school holidays. 

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Chubb endorsement

Posted on 20th Jan 2011

Having just been able to settle a claim for the theft of an expensive bike within 24 hours of being given the replacement estimate, I am happy to give credit to Chubb, who consistently help us deliver such high customer service. 

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Underinsurance - a reminder

Posted on 20th Jan 2011

Be aware that under insurance penalties on claims can easily be imposed by insurers if sums insured are inadequate.

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Slippery slopes

Posted on 10th Jan 2011

There was a sobering article in The Times on Saturday...hard up insurers are refusing to pay out on medical claims if a blood test shows any alcohol content....and not just on ski trips! 

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The value of Loss Recovery Insurance

Posted on 6th Jan 2011

I have long advocated my cients take avantage of the relative low cost of Loss Recovery insurance, providing for the payment of a Loss Adjuster to work for you in the event of a major claim.

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