Insurance Blog

Insurance claims departments grill their clients

Not all insurance companies treat claimants the same. This article is about what happens when an insurance company settles a claim for a break-in, the methods they use to reduce claims, and the daft things they do afterwards. Welcome back, or if you're new here sign...

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How can you reduce your liabilities?

This article is about liability, sometimes "called" indemnity, how to reduce it, why it is required and how do you work out what yours is? It's a long one yet winning contracts with unclear liabilities can lead you to long unfulfilling journey. Welcome back, or if...

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Advisers “advice” drops client in it

This article about how insurances with the same "brand name" can look the same to the untrained eye, how pressure to provide quotations often stresses brokers, how lucrative industries carry the highest risks, and how you can reduce them. Welcome back, or if you're...

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I know who did it

This article is about why people insure their equipment, what happens when it's stolen, and how do you prevent it. This is a salutatory tale about people who rely on their equipment to do business and find that others have their eyes on it for other purposes. Welcome...

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Insurers pay one claim but not the other

This article is about how insurance companies often make odd decisions. Here's an example of how one insurance company refused to pay a claim that another department had already agreed to pay, the delays it causes, and what you can do about it. Welcome back, or if...

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