It’s true that insurance premiums across the board have increased over recent years. This trend has affected many older individuals, who are finding significant increases in their premiums at point of renewal.
If you’re a self-employed healthcare professional you are potentially taking on a lot of risk. Just some examples are when you give advice or provide a service, or possibly through loss of revenue. There are many other areas of risk to consider as part of your profession; and it is important to protect yourself against…
Your practice might work like a well-oiled machine, but what happens if an incident causes serious damage or interruption to your everyday working? Business interruption management, also often called disaster recovery and business continuity, is a key part of your risk planning process.
A significant number of professionals working in the healthcare sector consider themselves time-poor. Work tends to take up a large portion of life, and it is understandable that the precious moments left at the end of the day, you will want to spend them with your family, or relaxing. This is why it benefits for…
Subsidence can be a very serious issue for property owners and one you will want to ensure you are protected from, by both minimising risks and ensuring the correct protection is part of your buildings insurance. There are some tell-tale signs that your property could be affected by subsidence, which are worth knowing. Also, depending…
Cyber security is no longer simply an IT problem, it is an all-round business issue that needs to be treated with the maximum importance. As risk advisers to the healthcare sector, we believe it is essential to provide you with information on how best you can protect yourself and your business from Cyber crime.
Locum insurance is optional, both for your practice and for individual practitioners. However, when you assess the risks of not having sufficient cover, consider how else you would cope in the event that one of your key team members, or associates, was absent from work for more than just a few days.
Home insurance claims increase through the winter, when weather can take its toll on your property. It is important, for your peace of mind, to know that you are correctly covered, as this area of home insurance can have a few grey areas.
As with most things in life, forward planning is the way to save stress and also save money. With insurance, the same applies, as if you let your insurance renewal dates sneak up on you, there won’t be sufficient time to secure the best premium.
The long winter months in the UK can take their toll, on everything from our health and energy levels, to seasonal damage in the home and workplace. Are you doing what you can to protect yourself from stress, hassle and possible financial loss?