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Policy includes traditional employer’s liability cover as well as a wellness, health and injury rehabilitation service.
The book will be put into run-off in January.
Industry experts say there is much do be done following ABI report that one insurance fraud per minute is detected in the UK.
Product can be white labelled.
Both policies from the MGA available online to brokers.
Tokio Marine HCC Management Liability
New offering can cover employers’, public and product liability.
Insurer will stop selling van cover through its broker Able, which is also known as Gladiator, but Admiral says the move will not affect jobs.
Travel and terrorism insurance for employees is not just a perk for big multi-nationals, it is an often essential cover for small businesses too, explains Edward Murray
The casualty insurance area witnesses changes to legislation all the time, so insurers and brokers must be on top of their game when it comes to educating and communicating with the employers they work with
Three policies designed to cover the range of needs for workplace environments.
Pay outs for liability claims were down slightly on 2012 to £6.8bn.
Product covers social activity groups but excludes most sports clubs.
Scheme working with Eric resolution board to assess position of UK policyholders.
The Mesothelioma Act means the employers’ liability market will suffer another hit as it seeks to absorb the costs of funding the compensation scheme.
Noise-induced hearing loss claims may be set to fall in number in the future but insurers must face the challenges they bring today.
XL Group is launching an integrated insurance solution for the food and beverage industry.
Specialist lines underwriting agency unveils life science solution.
More than 200,000 companies across the UK do not have any insurance cover, a survey has warned.
Construction is seen as the bellwether of the wider economy and there are signs it might be picking up, so how can brokers capitalise on the changing fortunes of the sector? Edward Murray reports
Commercial Express has launched a new product within its liability category specifically tailored to Market Traders.
Chartered status is not as important as a professional attitude when it comes to choosing an insurance broker, according to Kathryn Aves, office manager at Bluepoint Technologies.
Aviva, RSA and Allianz were the BBC's primary insurers during the 40 years alleged sex offender Jimmy Savile worked for the broadcaster.