Martyn’s Law (also known as the Protect Duty legislation) is a proposed piece of legislation that is being backed by the UK government to to improve the safety and security of public venues and spaces.
We’re delighted to continue our sponsorship of the Liverpool Architecture Festival (LAF) in June, and are pleased to make available two videos from our team detailing our Risk Management support and Professional Indemnity Insurance for Architects.
On Saturday 11 June, a team of 21 from Griffiths & Armour will be heading to Kendal to take part in a walk, over distances of either 28km (c. 17 miles) or 49km (c. 30 miles).
Our Private Clients team discuss how COVID-19 may impact your travel insurance policy and Griffiths & Armour’s bespoke travel insurance policies that gives you complete confidence that you have the correct cover in place, allowing you to focus on your holiday and not your insurance.
Griffiths & Armour have a long and established Private Clients team with a proven track record in providing bespoke insurance policies for individuals who require distinctive unique cover and protection for many unique aspects of their lifestyle.
The imbalance of supply and demand in the cyber insurance market has resulted in soaring premium rates. Our team discusses key factors impacting why businesses are purchasing cyber insurance cover and the importance of implementing robust cyber risk management strategies
From March 25 2022, drivers will be deemed to be breaking the law if they use a mobile phone for “any use” whilst driving. Our team discuss how to check your motor fleet’s awareness of safe driving and in particular, their knowledge of the new rules.
As businesses continue to navigate the post-pandemic world, the use of motor vehicles is steadily increasing. To assist with Driver Training, we are pleased to announce the launch of our new Driver Assessment System, part of our RMworks proposition, which is designed to assist organisations to assess their drivers’ skills and shape training requirements.
SPAC / DE-SPACS are used as vehicles for a company to raise capital and require specialist insurance coverage to protect the management team and assets.
Whether it’s for personal use, a gift for a loved one or a purchase primarily for investment purposes, these brands have historically increased in their value every year – making it even more important that your insurance cover reflects the value of these possessions accurately throughout the year.