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To Restore or Not to Restore?

5th May, 2017

For any Occupational Disease practitioner out there, one issue that you may well have come across is whether there is a need to restore a dissolved company before proceedings are issued against them. This one particular trap that has always caught

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The Rise and Rise of Car Insurance Premiums

13th April, 2017

As the latest report from comparison site Confused.com hits the news, who really are the bad guys when it comes to whiplash? In this latest report (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-39558258), the reasons as to why car insurance premiums are risin

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FeeSafe ATE Insurance for Employment Tribunal Fees

6th April, 2017

Back in July 2013, new rules came into force which introduced significant charges for anyone seeking to make a claim in the Employment Tribunal. The Government intended these Tribunal Fees to recoup some of the costs of running the Tribunals

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New Untraced and supplemental Uninsured Drivers Agreements

4th April, 2017

A gentle reminder for all of you who practice in motor claims that the new Untraced Drivers Agreements and a supplemental Uninsured Drivers Agreements came into effect for all motor accidents occurring on or after 1 March 2017. The earlier MIB

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Keep on Moving with MoveSafe

28th March, 2017

In 2014, it took a friend of mine well over a year to buy a property in London. His problem wasn’t finding somewhere he wanted to buy, or making an offer and having this accepted -  it was that the

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After The Event Insurance Product Spotlight: Housing Disrepair claims

11th January, 2017

[caption id="attachment_1373" align="alignleft" width="604"] after the event insurance products[/caption] As well as a range of ‘off the peg’ solutions, we do also offer After The Event Insurance policies for Housing Disrepair claims. We pride ourse

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Dangerous Work at Height

6th January, 2017

In a rather unusual case, an "employee”, not an employer as we would often see, has been prosecuted by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) for dangerously working at height. Back in January 2015, the HSE were contacted by a member

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Housing Association’s safety failings

3rd January, 2017

There are, sadly, regular news stories of people being affected by carbon monoxide poisoning in the UK, frequently caused by faulty works or appliances. The stark reality is that exposure to carbon monoxide can be extremely serious. There are approxim

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Who Needs Failed Conveyancing Insurance?

2nd December, 2016

MoveSafe Abortive Insurance Most conveyancing transactions will go ahead without any problems with some straightforward completions taking place within a matter of weeks often being achieved. There are weekly news stories of difficulties in the ho

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A note of caution from your friendly After the Event Insurance provider about signing Statements of

7th November, 2016

There have been a number of reported cases over the years highlighting failures when Statements of Truth have been signed on behalf of a client, but it is always worth giving a word of caution to practitioners, this time following

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