Coronavirus Update: Assessing Measures to Return to Work Safely 

14/05/20 General

Following the latest government advice, we will be carrying out a risk assessment of our office as we look to create a safe working environment for our employees. During the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we have continued to limit the number of staff in the office to maintain social distancing and allowed others to work from […]

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Controversy Over Surgeons Sparks Concern About Adequate Insurance Cover

21/04/20 General

Following an investigation by The Royal College of Surgeons, a Midlands-based private hospital has suspended one of its surgeons and recalled 217 patients treated by him. Orthopaedic surgeon Mr Habib Rahman is alleged to have performed unnecessary shoulder surgery which was outside his area of expertise, at Solihull’s Spire Parkway Hospital. This is the second […]

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Food Sector Facing Composite Panel-related Insurance Shocks

14/04/20 General

Composite panels are widely used in food and drink manufacturing to ensure ambient temperatures are maintained. The Grenfell Tower tragedy has made insurers wary of insuring anything vaguely similar to the combustible cladding used on the tower. This has led to insurers asking further questions when risks include composite panels. Such panels are composed of […]

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Coronavirus: What UK employers and employees should know

31/03/20 General

The deadly coronavirus has spread from China and entered the United Kingdom. Knowledge, caution and preparation can help protect employees and businesses. You will have seen the recent news reports regarding the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in Wuhan, China, and its subsequent spread to a number of other countries. This situation is developing and […]

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