Tag Archives: insurers

Jamie Vardy’s having a party!

England’s ultimate insurance policy. So! The Euros have started and typically England do their best to shred our nerves. Irrespective of planning, preparation and tactics the unexpected does happen. A reasonable free kick by Galactico Gareth Bale and, bizarrely, Joe Hart leaves half the net uncovered and then makes a pretty feeble attempt to save […]

“Isn’t It Ironic?”

No, not the wonderful Alanis Morissette song, but the state of the solicitors’ PII market. Today we hear of another unrated insurer leaving the solicitors’ PII market. This time it is Gibraltar based “Elite”. Having entered the market in 2012, Elite now say premiums are too low to be profitable. The irony isn’t lost on […]

To me, to you…

If you’re a business who uses a third party haulier at any point , you’ve probably asked the company if they’re insured to carry your goods for you. The answer is probably ‘yes’. Carriers of goods will usually have a Good’s In Transit or Marine policy to carry your goods. However what you may not […]