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Common insurance mistakes to avoid for your small business
April 14, 2021

Common insurance mistakes to avoid for your small business

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Common insurance mistakes to avoid for your small business The easiest way to avoid liability and probable financial loss is to secure your business against unforeseeable circumstances. Failure to do so jeopardizes the chance of your venture’s success and exposes you to the danger of losing all you have built over the years. Although most…

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COVID-19: How to reduce the risk of employers’ liability claims
February 12, 2021

COVID-19: How to reduce the risk of employers’ liability claims

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COVID-19: How to reduce the risk of employers’ liability claims   As the country gradually moves towards the ‘new normal’, it is inevitable and understandable that employers will now be focusing on implementing the necessary changes to their working practices, allowing them to operate not only safely but also profitably. Business owners and, indeed, their…

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Ascend 2021 liability insurance masterclass
January 25, 2021

Ascend 2021 liability insurance masterclass

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Liability Insurance – Masterclass   “Any One Occurrence” or “in the Aggregate” Liability Policy Limits   Cover under a public/products or employers’ liability policy is underwritten on an “any one claim” basis. Professional indemnity is generally offered on an “in the aggregate”, meaning the total limit throughout the duration of the policy.   It is…

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6 steps to helping you determine the correct Employers’ Liability cover
July 22, 2017

6 steps to helping you determine the correct Employers’ Liability cover

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Employers’ Liability (EL) insurance is compulsory for any business that employs staff. Great care should be taken when choosing limits of indemnity, especially following recent changes to personal injury law. While the statutory minimum is £5m, and today’s policies tend to start at £10m, many customers will need a higher limit to adequately meet their needs.…

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