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We are trusted advisors to the insurance sector, working alongside insurers, policyholders, brokers and public bodies, with over £1 billion of clients’ reserves under our stewardship.  We help our clients manage risk early, provide excellence in claims resolution and post risk support. Our clients choose and stay with us because of our extensive sector knowledge, accessible advice and our commitment to delivering exceptional service every time.

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Thank you so much for your work on the project. You really have gone the extra mile and made a significant financial impact on the business. We could not have completed the work without you.

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training and events


Claims club

We are pleased to invite you to our March claims club where we will be covering a number of topics.

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Claims club

We are pleased to invite you to our March claims club where we will be covering a number of topics.

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latest opinions

Whiplash and small claims – huge changes in the pipeline

The MoJ has today announced a consultation that will likely lead to profound changes in the volume and nature of compensation claims.

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Redress scheme announces departure from property regulation

On 6 February 2018, the Ombudsman Services accounted its intention to withdraw from handling complaints in the property sector as of 6 August 2018.

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Government shelves controversial 'Duty to Act' on children's services

The Government has rejected the proposal that social workers who do not report suspected child abuse should be subject to criminal charges at individual and local authority level.

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Institutions must focus on future abuse prevention, as well as reparations for past failures

With the #MeToo campaign, the recent Oxfam sexual abuse claims and the prosecution of football coach Barry Bennell for a further 43 offences of sexual abuse against 11 boys between 1979 and 1991, it is clear that the scale of sexual abuse allegations across all manner of organisations is coming to the fore.

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