Monthly Archives: April 2016

28 Apr

The Insurance Act—What Businesses Need to Know

The Insurance Act, a piece of legislation designed to modernise and support the growth of Britain’s insurance industry, received Royal Assent on 12th February 2015, thus making it an Act of Parliament (law). The Act ushers in a more modern regime for the industry by updating the 100-year-old regulations governing contracts between businesses and insurers.

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27 Apr

British Judo announces exciting new partnership with A-Plan

British Judo has today announced an exciting new partnership with insurance brokers, A-Plan. The partnership will enable members of the British Judo community to give back to the sport whilst saving money on their home and motor insurance. A-Plan has been officially announced as British Judo’s Official Insurance Partner, in a partnership that will see

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27 Apr

Law on child car seats is changing

Stricter rules regarding the use of booster seats will come into force in December 2016, limiting the use of backless booster seats to older children. Under current UK law, all children travelling in a car must use the correct car seat until 12 years old or 135cm tall. In some European countries this height limit is

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crash for cash
26 Apr

Guide to making a motor insurance claim

Life doesn’t always go to plan and from time to time things go wrong. It’s inevitable that accidents happen and losses occur. This short guide aims to help and inform so that if you do need to make a claim, the process is as smooth and swift for you as we can possibly make it.

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20 Apr

Horse sense for motorists

Horses and their riders are among the most vulnerable groups of road users. According to a survey by the British Horse Society, more than 4,000 horse riders and carriage drivers were admitted to hospital between April 1 2013 and March 31 2014 from injury in a transport accident. 75% of accidents happened because the vehicle passed

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20 Apr

Cyber risks and liability: learning to use the Internet of Things

There are more digitally connected devices than there are people on the planet. These immense networks are capable of supporting an array of applications—from the mundane to the sophisticated—and can help propel economic opportunities. This vast interconnected system of devices, vehicles and even entire buildings are all part of the Internet of Things (IoT). Despite

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18 Apr

Multi Van Insurance

We understand that your vans are your livelihood, whether they’re out delivering goods to customers or taking your engineers to their next job. When you operate more than one van, trying to work out what kind of insurance cover you need can seem complicated than it needs to be. That’s why we’re here to help

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taxi insurance
13 Apr

The taxi of Mum and Dad

“I’m not a taxi” is a familiar cry from parents all around the country! However, a poll commissioned by Goodyear* in 2014 found that parents clock up nearly 27,000 miles during their childrens’ lifetime, just by ferrying them around, equivalent to 3,147 hours in the driving seat. The average mum and dad clocks up around

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11 Apr

Why and how to plan your funeral

Nobody wants to think about what happens when they pass away, but having a plan in place for your funeral arrangements will make a difficult time that little bit easier for the loved ones you leave behind. In this post, we look at the advantages of funeral planning and how you can get the peace

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08 Apr

Wimbledon RFC Minis Throwing Competition Terms and Conditions

This A-Plan competition is open to everyone but only Minis players affiliated with Wimbledon RFC can be in the running for the prizes. Relatives and friends of employees of A-Plan Holdings are excluded Children taking part must be accompanied by a responsible adult and must be registered by that adult on the day The rugby ball will be a replica

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