Following our recent 24 hour exercise-a-thon fundraiser involving clients and members of our team we are delighted to present funds totalling £2500 to boost the NSPCC Childline Services.

Griffiths & Armour are delighted to continue our partnership with the British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) and announce the renewal of our Professional Indemnity (PI) accredited broker contract for a further three years.

We are delighted to be exhibiting at BIBA’s first digital conference on 12-13 May.

We are delighted to announce that we have formed a strategic partnership with the Association of Consulting Engineers (ACE) with the aim of improving the PI insurance market for its members and to assist them in navigating the current ‘PI storm’.

Hart v Large is a recently reported Court of Appeal case, already perhaps familiar to RICS members but less so to others. Our Professional Risks Director, Stephen Hargreaves provides his insight into this dispute and why it is of relevance to all construction professionals.

Paul Berg, Partner and Group Director in our Professional Risks Division, was invited to deliver a presentation at the world’s largest gathering of architects. We provide highlights from his presentation that offer insight for Professional Indemnity insurance in 2021.

Throughout December, the NSPCC has challenged the insurance sector to put a team together to raise money by collectively walking, running or cycling 2,784km between 1-14 December.

Griffiths & Armour is delighted to announce that they have expanded the Board of Directors with Paul Sapiro being appointed as a new Partner.

Griffiths & Armour are once again supporting the Engineering profession across Ireland by sponsoring the Best Presentation Award 2020 at Engineers Ireland month of Engineering Excellence due to be held throughout November.

Why do Lay Clients, such as householders, feature almost as heavily in claims against Professionals as D&B contractors? Professional Risks Director, Stephen Hargreaves talks about why and how professionals might re-evaluate their relationship with Lay Clients.