All businesses need to ensure they have adequate Business Insurance in place, that’s why at MacDonald Group we will work closely with you to fully understand your business, providing a full Risk Management Service where necessary.
Our highly skilled staff within each of our branches have expert knowledge of business sectors within your surrounding area, ensuring that we understand all the elements that are important in providing a bespoke insurance solution for your business. We can visit you at your business premises to assess your business risks and tailor a solution that will protect your valuable assets. The cover can extend to all areas of your business, including, buildings; stock; machinery; vehicles; revenue; employer’s liability; public and products liability.
As members of the Willis Towers Watson Networks, we have access to extremely competitive rates, a wide range of products, and services some of our competitors do not have. Our markets are wide and varied and we will be able to place most risks for you via either our standard insurer panel through the Willis Towers Watson Network or with an underwriter through our alternative, more specialised, insurance channels. We also have an active connection with the Lloyds market and engage in regular dialogue with specialist Lloyds Underwriters in respect of more sizeable, higher risk or more complex commercial cases.
Once your policy is in place we will continue to work with you and take into account any future changes within your business to ensure you always have the best insurance cover in place. We also have an in-house claims service and will work closely with you and the insurer in the event of any future claims to arrive at the best possible outcome.
We have the knowledge and expertise to provide Business Insurance solutions across many sectors and so, whether your business is large or small contact us via our contact page or send us a message through our ‘Start a Conversation’ section to find out how we can help protect your business.
Supreme Court Judgement in FCA’s business interruption insurance test case
The Supreme Court delivered its Judgement on the 15th January 2021, and has predominantly allowed the FCA’s appeal in favour of policyholders whose policy wordings formed the subject of the Test Case. Whilst some clarity has now been provided by the Judgement, it is extremely important to stress that this
Driving your vehicle in the EU in the event of no-deal Brexit.
In the event of a no-deal Brexit, those of you who intend to drive your vehicle in the EU will need to make sure you have a Green Card issued by your insurance provider. If you currently hold your car insurance with us and you think you may require a
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