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Successfully negotiating claims since 1867

Successfully negotiating claims since 1867

Successfully negotiating claims since 1867

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Heal’s

Thank you once again for the service you provided in support of our recent claim. As you know, I was in two minds whether we needed to appoint a loss assessor following our warehouse fire in February this year, but I am extremely pleased that we did so, and I can say with absolute certainty…

When is a payment due?

We have just resolved in our client’s favour a dispute centring on Part 4A of the Insurance Act 2015. That’s the section that gives a right of action should insurers unreasonably withhold payment. The wording of the relevant section is admirably and unambiguously clear: It is an implied term of every contract of insurance that…

Storm Damage Claim – Ryde, Isle of Wight

Thompson & Bryan were appointed to assist the operator of a bingo hall and cinema in the centre of Ryde on the Isle of Wight following storm damage in April 2018. The policy holder had been unable to achieve any meaningful progress with their claim on account of various complexities and uncertainties surrounding leasehold responsibilities…

Major and Complex Loss Following Fire at 
Multi Storey Car Park in Liverpool


On New Year’s Eve 2017 a large multi storey car park adjacent to the Echo Arena in Liverpool suffered catastrophic fire damage.  The fire started in the late afternoon, just as hundreds of people were arriving ahead of New Year’s Eve celebrations.  Immediately adjacent to the car park was a substantial boutique hotel that, as…

Major Damage to Adjacent Residential Property 
During Construction – Muswell Hill


In the summer of 2015, a leading commercial building contractor commenced a contract to demolish an existing building and redevelop the site with a complex of 12 luxury apartments in Muswell Hill, North London.  The site was on Muswell Hill itself, which is a busy main road with a significant gradient.   An initial phase…

Fire at Luxury Boutique Hotel in Edinburgh


Thompson & Bryan were recommended by a broker to their client, an international hotel and leisure company, following a major fire to one of their hotels in August 2017.  The hotel was a listed building and based in Edinburgh’s New Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site. It comprised two separate, five storey buildings within a…

Fire at multi-tenanted Commercial Business Centre


In January 2019 a major fire broke out during evening business hours at the Belgrave Commercial Centre creating an immediate impact to a bustling community shopping and leisure complex on a busy stretch of the “Golden Mile” in Leicester. The centre was occupied by several small independent retailers, comprising a restaurant, sweet shop, general store,…

Fire at Specialist Aerospace Engineering 
Metal Treatment Company

A major national broker contacted Thompson & Bryan in January 2019 and asked us to attend an introductory meeting with one of its larger multi-national global group clients who had suffered a fire loss at one of their subsidiary companies.  The company involved, part of a leading global supplier of engineering solutions to the Aerospace,…

Brexit and our clients

A small but important part of our business involves European-based interests. What we do, assisting in the administration of insurance contracts, is a regulated activity under the 2000 legislation that gave effect to a European directive on financial services requiring compliant legislation by each member state. Our authorisation by the Financial Conduct Authority, based on…

The ombudsman doesn’t always get it right

Our client has a holiday home overseas, insured with a UK insurer. The policy carries a very large five-figure excess for any damage caused by earthquake or volcanic eruption. The house was damaged by one of these over an extended period of time. The insurer applied multiple excesses, a severe reduction of the figure payable….

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Heal’s

Thank you once again for the service you provided in support of our recent claim. As you know, I was in two minds whether we needed to appoint a loss assessor following our warehouse fire in February this year, but I am extremely pleased that we did so, and I can say with absolute certainty…

When is a payment due?

We have just resolved in our client’s favour a dispute centring on Part 4A of the Insurance Act 2015. That’s the section that gives a right of action should insurers unreasonably withhold payment. The wording of the relevant section is admirably and unambiguously clear: It is an implied term of every contract of insurance that…

Storm Damage Claim – Ryde, Isle of Wight

Thompson & Bryan were appointed to assist the operator of a bingo hall and cinema in the centre of Ryde on the Isle of Wight following storm damage in April 2018. The policy holder had been unable to achieve any meaningful progress with their claim on account of various complexities and uncertainties surrounding leasehold responsibilities…

Major and Complex Loss Following Fire at 
Multi Storey Car Park in Liverpool


On New Year’s Eve 2017 a large multi storey car park adjacent to the Echo Arena in Liverpool suffered catastrophic fire damage.  The fire started in the late afternoon, just as hundreds of people were arriving ahead of New Year’s Eve celebrations.  Immediately adjacent to the car park was a substantial boutique hotel that, as…

Major Damage to Adjacent Residential Property 
During Construction – Muswell Hill


In the summer of 2015, a leading commercial building contractor commenced a contract to demolish an existing building and redevelop the site with a complex of 12 luxury apartments in Muswell Hill, North London.  The site was on Muswell Hill itself, which is a busy main road with a significant gradient.   An initial phase…

Fire at Luxury Boutique Hotel in Edinburgh


Thompson & Bryan were recommended by a broker to their client, an international hotel and leisure company, following a major fire to one of their hotels in August 2017.  The hotel was a listed building and based in Edinburgh’s New Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site. It comprised two separate, five storey buildings within a…

Fire at multi-tenanted Commercial Business Centre


In January 2019 a major fire broke out during evening business hours at the Belgrave Commercial Centre creating an immediate impact to a bustling community shopping and leisure complex on a busy stretch of the “Golden Mile” in Leicester. The centre was occupied by several small independent retailers, comprising a restaurant, sweet shop, general store,…

Fire at Specialist Aerospace Engineering 
Metal Treatment Company

A major national broker contacted Thompson & Bryan in January 2019 and asked us to attend an introductory meeting with one of its larger multi-national global group clients who had suffered a fire loss at one of their subsidiary companies.  The company involved, part of a leading global supplier of engineering solutions to the Aerospace,…

Brexit and our clients

A small but important part of our business involves European-based interests. What we do, assisting in the administration of insurance contracts, is a regulated activity under the 2000 legislation that gave effect to a European directive on financial services requiring compliant legislation by each member state. Our authorisation by the Financial Conduct Authority, based on…

The ombudsman doesn’t always get it right

Our client has a holiday home overseas, insured with a UK insurer. The policy carries a very large five-figure excess for any damage caused by earthquake or volcanic eruption. The house was damaged by one of these over an extended period of time. The insurer applied multiple excesses, a severe reduction of the figure payable….

Resources

Heal’s

Thank you once again for the service you provided in support of our recent claim. As you know, I was in two minds whether we needed to appoint a loss assessor following our warehouse fire in February this year, but I am extremely pleased that we did so, and I can say with absolute certainty…

When is a payment due?

We have just resolved in our client’s favour a dispute centring on Part 4A of the Insurance Act 2015. That’s the section that gives a right of action should insurers unreasonably withhold payment. The wording of the relevant section is admirably and unambiguously clear: It is an implied term of every contract of insurance that…

Storm Damage Claim – Ryde, Isle of Wight

Thompson & Bryan were appointed to assist the operator of a bingo hall and cinema in the centre of Ryde on the Isle of Wight following storm damage in April 2018. The policy holder had been unable to achieve any meaningful progress with their claim on account of various complexities and uncertainties surrounding leasehold responsibilities…

Major and Complex Loss Following Fire at 
Multi Storey Car Park in Liverpool


On New Year’s Eve 2017 a large multi storey car park adjacent to the Echo Arena in Liverpool suffered catastrophic fire damage.  The fire started in the late afternoon, just as hundreds of people were arriving ahead of New Year’s Eve celebrations.  Immediately adjacent to the car park was a substantial boutique hotel that, as…

Major Damage to Adjacent Residential Property 
During Construction – Muswell Hill


In the summer of 2015, a leading commercial building contractor commenced a contract to demolish an existing building and redevelop the site with a complex of 12 luxury apartments in Muswell Hill, North London.  The site was on Muswell Hill itself, which is a busy main road with a significant gradient.   An initial phase…

Fire at Luxury Boutique Hotel in Edinburgh


Thompson & Bryan were recommended by a broker to their client, an international hotel and leisure company, following a major fire to one of their hotels in August 2017.  The hotel was a listed building and based in Edinburgh’s New Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site. It comprised two separate, five storey buildings within a…

Fire at multi-tenanted Commercial Business Centre


In January 2019 a major fire broke out during evening business hours at the Belgrave Commercial Centre creating an immediate impact to a bustling community shopping and leisure complex on a busy stretch of the “Golden Mile” in Leicester. The centre was occupied by several small independent retailers, comprising a restaurant, sweet shop, general store,…

Fire at Specialist Aerospace Engineering 
Metal Treatment Company

A major national broker contacted Thompson & Bryan in January 2019 and asked us to attend an introductory meeting with one of its larger multi-national global group clients who had suffered a fire loss at one of their subsidiary companies.  The company involved, part of a leading global supplier of engineering solutions to the Aerospace,…

Brexit and our clients

A small but important part of our business involves European-based interests. What we do, assisting in the administration of insurance contracts, is a regulated activity under the 2000 legislation that gave effect to a European directive on financial services requiring compliant legislation by each member state. Our authorisation by the Financial Conduct Authority, based on…

The ombudsman doesn’t always get it right

Our client has a holiday home overseas, insured with a UK insurer. The policy carries a very large five-figure excess for any damage caused by earthquake or volcanic eruption. The house was damaged by one of these over an extended period of time. The insurer applied multiple excesses, a severe reduction of the figure payable….

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

Registered office: 144-146 East Barnet Road, New Barnet EN4 8RD. Registered in England Number 0848

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Thompson & Bryan (UK) Ltd

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

Registered office: 144-146 East Barnet Road, New Barnet EN4 8RD. Registered in England Number 0848

Design:  Good Impressions          Content:  We Do The Words

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