With 74% of small businesses having experienced a security breach in the last 12 months, If you’ve ever thought “cybercrime? It could never happen to my business”, then you may want to read on.
Insure Risk, who are based in Altrincham, took away the Talk of Manchester Business insurance award at a prestigious dinner held on Thursday 1st December.
Insuring your business is important but just as important is making sure it’s insured to the right value. Here are our top tips for staying on top of your cover.
If your business is dependent on technology, the Cyber & Data Security protection is just as important as insurance for your business premises and its contents
You never know what tomorrow may bring. Don’t make the mistake of burying your head in the sand and hoping for the best, because sometimes it’s the worst that happens. Talk to your broker today about the steps you can take to ensure that your business would survive in a crisis.
Whatever type of insurance you’re looking for, arranging your cover through an independent insurance broker – rather than a do-it-yourself price comparison site – is your best bet when it comes to finding the right level of cover at the right price.
Learn more about the insurance cover you need in manufacturing or engineering, and help protect yourself from the day-to-day risks you are exposed to.
In insurance terms, running a wholesale business means that you’re liable for everything and everyone involved. This was shown in a recent case where an employer was forced to pay his employee £17,500 in compensation after he suffered an electric stock while at work.
Injury and ill-health in the workplace is more commonplace than anyone would like, with more than 150,000* non-fatal injuries occurring in the workplace each year and an estimated two million people suffering from ill health which is caused, or made worse by work. A good health and safety regime in the office is not only a legal requirement, but can help minimise the chances of an injury or illness occurring. Appropriate insurance is also a must to protect yourself, your employees and visitors.
If you know or suspect your business may be at risk, taking action promptly is vital to minimise potential damage. Prompt action and notification of problems are often a standard condition of many professional indemnity policies. Insurers may reject a claim if they feel it could have been avoided, or made less damaging with earlier notification.