Professional Indemnity insurance – also known as PI insurance – is intended to protect professionals and their businesses…

It all began on the 1st October 1934…and this year Griffiths & Armour turns 90!
Kenneth Griffiths and George Armour founded Griffiths & Armour in Liverpool in 1934, commencing practice on the 1st October…

Liverpool Sportswoman’s Lunch 2023: A record-breaking £30,000 raised. Griffiths & Armour was proud to sponsor this impactful charity event celebrating women in sports…

Griffiths & Armour has been awarded CarbonNeutral® company certification.  

Working alongside Climate Impact Partners, we have undertaken measures to reduce our carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and offset remaining emissions by supporting global emission reduction projects…

Griffiths & Armour is pleased to announce that Paul Berg has been appointed as Managing Director of our Professional Risks Division…

On Sunday 11 June, the Griffiths & Armour team successfully completed the 12.5 mile Wirral Coastal Walk, to raise much needed funds for the NSPCC. To find out more about how much the team has raised so far, please read more…

Griffiths & Armour, together with the Insurance Institute of Liverpool, is happy to announce that the Caroline Murphy Award for 2023 has been awarded to Hasan Temeldasi…

One of the most obvious changes to the working environment since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic is the shift away from office based working to a more flexible model. Most of us now spend at least some of our typical working week working from home under some form of hybrid model…

The function of the Board is to support and complement our existing structures with a singular focus on maintaining and developing our client service proposition. That brief encompasses all aspects of client service and the formation of the Board saw the appointment of six new Client Service Directors, each having a wealth of experience in their particular area of expertise and a record of excellence in client service…

As we head towards 2023, there are real questions as to what lies ahead for the construction sector. Earlier this year, we saw royal assent being given to the Building Safety Act, which brings with it significant changes to the operational, insurance and liability environment for anyone working in construction in England, as well as impacting those with projects in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland…