Following our recent article on business interruption insurance, we have produced this step by step guide on the claims process.
Notify your insurer
The first step is to notify your insurer immediately that you have a claim. Check the wording of your policy as this may set out a procedure and time limit for notification. You will need to ensure you follow that procedure to the letter,...Read More
On 23rd March 2020 the Government announced that all restaurants, pubs, gyms and other leisure businesses should be shut as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. It also announced that anyone that can work remotely should. Naturally, many turned to their business interruption insurance policies to provide cover for the financial losses suffered as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Following the Chief Dental Officer’s announcement on 25th March 2020 that practices should effectively stop all face to face contact with patients, dental practices across the UK shut their doors for the foreseeable future. Naturally, many turned to their business interruption insurance policies to provide cover for the financial losses suffered as a result of the coronavirus COVID-19...Read More
DENTAL BULLETIN, ISSUE 17
Have you ever thought about what will happen to your practice in the event of your death? Who will look after your business should you be incapacitated for a temporary period?
With recent press reports heralding the news that we will be working far longer before retirement, the issue of death in practice is sadly likely to become more prevalent....Read More