Posted on August 26, 2016 // Written by Steve

At ѕоmе point in еvеrуоnе’ѕ life, іnѕurаnсе bесоmеѕ a nесеѕѕіtу. Whether соvеrаgе іѕ rеԛuіrеd bу lаw, lіkе аn auto роlісу, оr bу рrudеnсе, it іѕ a vіrtuаl certainty that уоu wіll nееd to hеdgе against lоѕѕ. Thе run оf thе mi [Read More]

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Homeowners face a “three strikes and you’re out” policy under a government-backed scheme that is supposed to provide affordable insurance in flood-risk areas. [Read More]

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Posted on July 21, 2016 // Written by Steve

Let’s face it, if you’re setting up your own car trading business you’ll have a whole host considerations. One of the most important areas of your new business is making sure you have the right insurance cover in place, should the unthinkable happen. [Read More]

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Posted on May 24, 2016 // Written by Steve

Insurance premiums have risen by 20 to 50 per cent for one in three Irish motorists in the past year, a survey has found. [Read More]

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Posted on May 24, 2016 // Written by Steve

Q: I own a 950-year lease of a maisonette in Covent Garden. The ground landlord pays for insurance, which includes material damage and terrorism insurance. The ground landlord says terrorism cover is obligatory and that it has a right to charge for it. Is the terrorism insurance charge justified? [Read More]

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