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The Insurance Act 2015: Proportionate remedies

Proportionality is a new concept incorporated in the Insurance Act 2015. (Well, not entirely new, for it was introduced in consumer insurance by the 2012 Act and has been a common remedy in other jurisdictions for many years.) As adjusters for the policyholder one of the concerns we at Thompson and Bryan have when proportionality…

The Insurance Act 2015: Damages for late payment

Much has been written about the Insurance Act 2015 and most of our broker clients will be familiar with the duties of fair presentation and the lessening of the severe consequences of breaches of warranties. The new provision about damages for late payment by the insurer is one that we expect to affect practical case…

Legal change and contentious claims

Recent years have seen two major pieces of legislation reforming insurance law. The 2012 Act giving extra protection to consumers came into force in 2013, but has essentially been given retrospective effect by the Financial Ombudsman Service for all cases referred to it. Its provisions are wide-ranging, making it harder for insurers to avoid a…

Ensure you get access to the best specialist advisers

Since insurance began there have always been specialists advising claimants. The assessing business, of which Thompson & Bryan forms a historically continuous part, was supplemented in the last twenty years by the emergence of chartered loss adjusters acting for policyholders, a sector we have now joined. Even more recently we have seen the larger brokers…

Damages for late payment by insurers?

It has been – in our opinion – a major injustice in insurance law that delays in settling or investigating a claim or in its general handling have left no remedy for the policyholder except to sue for interest. This is a departure from the general law of contract where the damages for breach are…

FCA review finds SMEs suffer poor claims service

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published its thematic review, “Handling of insurance claims for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs)”. The FCA assessed 25 firms involved in the settlement and management of claims, including: 5 insurers 10 insurance intermediaries (including 5 managing general agents) and 10 loss assessing firms They also looked at the claims…

Access expert advice on the Insurance Act 2015

The Insurance Act 2015 is the most important piece of insurance legislation for more than a hundred years. It’s a very important protection for the insurance buyer, but still leaves areas where there could be uncertainty. The Act updates legislation relating to insurance contract law, finally modernising a 1906 statute. The law had become very…

Free major loss support service

Major claims are stressful. Your job is to support your clients and how you manage the first 24 hours is critical. We have introduced a new support service that can help. Free major loss support service We will provide on-site support to brokers and clients suffering major and complex losses during the first 24 hours…

Can you demonstrate your TCF credentials to the regulator?

The advice you give and the recommendations you make as a broker come into sharp focus when a claim is made and any deficiencies stick out like a sore thumb. We have developed a new service that can help you “stress test” your policy recommendations. What is stress testing? We review a random sample of…

MoJ Jackson Reforms Summary

The Jackson Review of civil litigation relating to low value injury claims came into force in April. Intended to bring better balance to the system the reforms represent a step change to the personal injuries legal framework. We have produced a summary of the changes that will have the biggest impact on your clients. The…

Information

The Insurance Act 2015: Proportionate remedies

Proportionality is a new concept incorporated in the Insurance Act 2015. (Well, not entirely new, for it was introduced in consumer insurance by the 2012 Act and has been a common remedy in other jurisdictions for many years.) As adjusters for the policyholder one of the concerns we at Thompson and Bryan have when proportionality…

The Insurance Act 2015: Damages for late payment

Much has been written about the Insurance Act 2015 and most of our broker clients will be familiar with the duties of fair presentation and the lessening of the severe consequences of breaches of warranties. The new provision about damages for late payment by the insurer is one that we expect to affect practical case…

Legal change and contentious claims

Recent years have seen two major pieces of legislation reforming insurance law. The 2012 Act giving extra protection to consumers came into force in 2013, but has essentially been given retrospective effect by the Financial Ombudsman Service for all cases referred to it. Its provisions are wide-ranging, making it harder for insurers to avoid a…

Ensure you get access to the best specialist advisers

Since insurance began there have always been specialists advising claimants. The assessing business, of which Thompson & Bryan forms a historically continuous part, was supplemented in the last twenty years by the emergence of chartered loss adjusters acting for policyholders, a sector we have now joined. Even more recently we have seen the larger brokers…

Damages for late payment by insurers?

It has been – in our opinion – a major injustice in insurance law that delays in settling or investigating a claim or in its general handling have left no remedy for the policyholder except to sue for interest. This is a departure from the general law of contract where the damages for breach are…

FCA review finds SMEs suffer poor claims service

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published its thematic review, “Handling of insurance claims for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs)”. The FCA assessed 25 firms involved in the settlement and management of claims, including: 5 insurers 10 insurance intermediaries (including 5 managing general agents) and 10 loss assessing firms They also looked at the claims…

Access expert advice on the Insurance Act 2015

The Insurance Act 2015 is the most important piece of insurance legislation for more than a hundred years. It’s a very important protection for the insurance buyer, but still leaves areas where there could be uncertainty. The Act updates legislation relating to insurance contract law, finally modernising a 1906 statute. The law had become very…

Free major loss support service

Major claims are stressful. Your job is to support your clients and how you manage the first 24 hours is critical. We have introduced a new support service that can help. Free major loss support service We will provide on-site support to brokers and clients suffering major and complex losses during the first 24 hours…

Can you demonstrate your TCF credentials to the regulator?

The advice you give and the recommendations you make as a broker come into sharp focus when a claim is made and any deficiencies stick out like a sore thumb. We have developed a new service that can help you “stress test” your policy recommendations. What is stress testing? We review a random sample of…

MoJ Jackson Reforms Summary

The Jackson Review of civil litigation relating to low value injury claims came into force in April. Intended to bring better balance to the system the reforms represent a step change to the personal injuries legal framework. We have produced a summary of the changes that will have the biggest impact on your clients. The…

Information

The Insurance Act 2015: Proportionate remedies

Proportionality is a new concept incorporated in the Insurance Act 2015. (Well, not entirely new, for it was introduced in consumer insurance by the 2012 Act and has been a common remedy in other jurisdictions for many years.) As adjusters for the policyholder one of the concerns we at Thompson and Bryan have when proportionality…

The Insurance Act 2015: Damages for late payment

Much has been written about the Insurance Act 2015 and most of our broker clients will be familiar with the duties of fair presentation and the lessening of the severe consequences of breaches of warranties. The new provision about damages for late payment by the insurer is one that we expect to affect practical case…

Legal change and contentious claims

Recent years have seen two major pieces of legislation reforming insurance law. The 2012 Act giving extra protection to consumers came into force in 2013, but has essentially been given retrospective effect by the Financial Ombudsman Service for all cases referred to it. Its provisions are wide-ranging, making it harder for insurers to avoid a…

Ensure you get access to the best specialist advisers

Since insurance began there have always been specialists advising claimants. The assessing business, of which Thompson & Bryan forms a historically continuous part, was supplemented in the last twenty years by the emergence of chartered loss adjusters acting for policyholders, a sector we have now joined. Even more recently we have seen the larger brokers…

Damages for late payment by insurers?

It has been – in our opinion – a major injustice in insurance law that delays in settling or investigating a claim or in its general handling have left no remedy for the policyholder except to sue for interest. This is a departure from the general law of contract where the damages for breach are…

FCA review finds SMEs suffer poor claims service

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published its thematic review, “Handling of insurance claims for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs)”. The FCA assessed 25 firms involved in the settlement and management of claims, including: 5 insurers 10 insurance intermediaries (including 5 managing general agents) and 10 loss assessing firms They also looked at the claims…

Access expert advice on the Insurance Act 2015

The Insurance Act 2015 is the most important piece of insurance legislation for more than a hundred years. It’s a very important protection for the insurance buyer, but still leaves areas where there could be uncertainty. The Act updates legislation relating to insurance contract law, finally modernising a 1906 statute. The law had become very…

Free major loss support service

Major claims are stressful. Your job is to support your clients and how you manage the first 24 hours is critical. We have introduced a new support service that can help. Free major loss support service We will provide on-site support to brokers and clients suffering major and complex losses during the first 24 hours…

Can you demonstrate your TCF credentials to the regulator?

The advice you give and the recommendations you make as a broker come into sharp focus when a claim is made and any deficiencies stick out like a sore thumb. We have developed a new service that can help you “stress test” your policy recommendations. What is stress testing? We review a random sample of…

MoJ Jackson Reforms Summary

The Jackson Review of civil litigation relating to low value injury claims came into force in April. Intended to bring better balance to the system the reforms represent a step change to the personal injuries legal framework. We have produced a summary of the changes that will have the biggest impact on your clients. The…

Thompson & Bryan (UK) Ltd

144-146 East Barnet Road, New Barnet EN4 8RD

Registered office: Churchill House, 120 Bunns Lane, Mill Hill, London NW7 2AS. Registered in England Number 0848

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Thompson & Bryan (UK) Ltd

144-146 East Barnet Road,
New Barnet EN4 8RD

Registered office: Churchill House, 120 Bunns Lane, Mill Hill, London NW7 2AS. Registered in England Number 0848

Design:  Good Impressions          Content:  We Do The Words

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