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Which get it part right

Posted on 28th Sep 2010

Consumer champion Which have published an article on charges for insurance.

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Congratulations to La Mack

Posted on 28th Sep 2010

Thrilled to see one of our clients in this month’s edition of Tatler – well done to La Mack London – am sure it will be a big success

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Student cover

Posted on 21st Sep 2010

.... uncomfortable news reaches me that as some teenagers flee the nest for a University experience, some parents have felt under siege at a potentially vulnerable time with insurance at the core! 

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Another view on a common theme

Posted on 20th Sep 2010

It’s happening in the States, it will arrive here!!

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Good Luck

Posted on 20th Sep 2010

Best of luck to Bensons client, Neville Burrell and his bid to secure his place with Team GB in the 2012 Paralympics! 

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Confused - you will be

Posted on 15th Sep 2010

Confused.com is fast becoming my soapbox of choice.

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Will Sainsburys need a new broker?

Posted on 14th Sep 2010

I see that a nasty accident occurred today in Sainsburys, Farnborough.

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To defend or not defend?

Posted on 10th Sep 2010

Often under scrutiny for his defence of the wealthy in evading motoring charges and bans, Nick Freeman has refused to act for his teenage daughter who has been caught speeding in her car...I can’t help thinking he’s  dammed if he does and dammed if he doesn’t but in my book, he’s got it right... 

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Be vigilent

Posted on 8th Sep 2010

I called on a client based in Stanton by Dale (on the edge of Ilkeston) today.

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Value of a Broker

Posted on 8th Sep 2010

As insurance brokers we are often guilty of not blowing our trumpet (loudly) enough.

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