Does your list of New Year’s resolutions look something like this? Read More "What are your business New Year’s Resolutions?"
Is Christmas really Christmas without the classic films that seem to have been with us forever? There are few better feelings over the festive period than cosying up with snacks in front of our favourite flicks. For the characters involved, though, it’s stressful, humiliating and often painful. Without further ado, we take a look at some of the claims these fictional folks could have made had they wised up on their insurance. Read More "Movie Liability: Missed insurance claims in Tinseltown"
The end of British Summer Time signifies shorter days, longer nights and a 20% rise in home burglaries across the UK. The aftermath of a break-in can be devastating and often leaves homeowners feeling unsafe in their own homes. Read More "Up your household security for autumn and winter"
Halloween can be traced back as far as the ancient festival of Samhain when, on the 31st of October, the ghosts of the dead would revisit the mortal world. To ward off any evil spirits in their midst, large bonfires were lit in each village. Druids then walked from house-to-house with embers from the sacred bonfire and lit the hearth fires of the local villagers to ensure their protection. This also served to keep them warm throughout the remaining winter months. Read More "Your Halloween Survival Guide: Keep your home safe this ‘All Hallows Eve’"
Autumn is upon us, the nights are drawing in and we’re begrudgingly packing away our shorts and flip-flops for another year in place of cosy jumpers, winter coats and knitted scarves. Whilst autumn has its upsides, those crispy golden leaves can become quite a nuisance. Yes, we’re talking about blocked drains… Read More "Attack of the autumn leaves – Avoiding blocked drains"
Just because someone wears a mask and lives in a bat cave, it doesn’t mean that they’re exempt from the repercussions of damaging both public and private property. Movies show superheroes crashing through windows, obliterating skyscrapers and throwing cars through the air as if they were made from foam, which, come to think of it… Read More "Behind the mask: Do superheroes need insurance?"
It’s a good idea for businesses to introduce both an internal and external plan of action should a data breach occur within their business. This will mean that your team will be better prepared and will have an increased chance of getting things right the first time. Ultimately, this could serve towards limiting damage to your software, management and overall reputation. Read More "How to handle a breach of data in your organisation"
Cyber-crime is one of the biggest problems facing businesses in the present day, with hackers attempting both rudimentary and more sophisticated methods to infiltrate your systems and data. Read More "Tradesmen – Defend yourselves against scammers"
This means that BIBA brokers will now be in the position to offer competitive, specialised drone insurance. Read More "How drone technology is making waves in the maritime industry"
Whether inherited and passed down to you over decades or bought and collected by you personally, owning antiques is thrilling and adds intrigue and curiosity to your home. Having your antiques valued regularly may seem unnecessary, but insuring them accurately depends on correct, up-to-date valuations. Therefore it is often the case that antiques are grossly underinsured. So, if you own antiques, do you know what’s at stake? Let’s take a look at some surprising finds to pop up around the UK. Read More "Rare Finds: Underinsured jewels hidden in the home"