Trapped by jargon – Hearing decides fate of policyholders

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) case concludes this week (on 30th July) and one of the defendants has said that the case would bring the matter to a close, they would abide by the final rulings. I hope they don’t launch an appeal if they don’t get their...

Why are the FCA taking insurers to court?

This blog highlights actions being taken by the FCA against insurance companies and their efforts to encourage fair treatment for customers claims.  We include a link to take a peak into the proceedings. Unprecedented times call for similar measures. The Financial...

Insurers don’t pay out? Who propagates the myth?

This blog is about the lengths some insurers go to, to avoid paying out what the industry are now doing about it and how you can avoid it happening to you or someone you know. You may have heard that some insurers, including the one I once thought, yet now know, is...

Two claims on the go – a nightmare scenario

This blog illustrates the work we do in the background getting the best outcome for your claims, and just how easy it is to be fooled into parting with money through cyber crime. One of our clients had the misfortune of having to put two claims in at the same time,...

Data A Year On

GDPR policies are not an antidote During last years feeding frenzy, it felt like everyone that needed new clients found a way to make their offering sound like the antidote to GDPR. A year later, we know there is no antidote. We’re all in it together. However, a...