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Local Councils are no different.
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Not only is our insurance partner Aviva second to none, we are also delighted to be approved insurance partner for the National Association of Local Councils (NALC).
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The 11th November 2018 will mark 100 years of remembrance since the day the guns fell silent and World War 1 came to an end. Across the UK, Channel Island and Overseas Territories, events will be held to commemorate the millions killed, injured and affected by the dangerous conditions on […]Read More
We are heading closer and closer to the annual NALC Conference so in the lead-up, we will be running a series of interviews with past winners and current employees to see what they enjoy about the conference and what it means to them. First we have Ben Murray, Policy and […]Read More
The number of pothole insurance claims for the first four months of 2018 already equals those placed for the entirety of last year, with an average repair bill of £1,000, data from the AA reveals. According to their statistics it is estimated that there have been more than 4,200 claims […]Read More
Brian Brookes, BHIB’s Risk Manager, offers his take on recent fraudulent claims: – “Over £1m of fraudulent claims against local authorities and the NHS have been defeated in the last couple of weeks. The first case involves a cyclist who claimed £175,000 against Cardiff Council for injuries sustained when he […]Read More