How CCJ’s cast a dark shadow on your insurance protection…

24th July 2023By Jason Titan InsuranceCommercial Insurance, Construction Insurance, Contractors All Risks Insurance, Contractors Insurance, Self Build Insurance, Titan Insurance Home Page

Not many business insurance buyers are aware that CCJ’s (County Court Judgements) can adversely affect your insurance. We often hear ‘what have CCJ’s to do with insurance ? To see why, let’s start from the beginning. When an insurance policy is taken out, one of the standard questions the insurer asks is whether the company, … Read More

Why your Buildings insurance might not pay you in the event of a claim ?  It’s underinsurance silly…  so don’t be silly !

10th October 2022By Jason Titan InsuranceSelf Build Insurance, Titan Insurance Home Page

We all know prices are rising for everything… food, energy, travel, entertainment and of course construction costs. Building materials have risen sharply (and if you can find them) as well as labour costs (question: how quickly can you get a tradesman to come round and fix something?) But of what importance are increasing construction costs … Read More

Here’s what you don’t know about Underinsurance that could cost you Money

6th October 2022By Jason Titan InsuranceBuilding Contractors Insurance, Construction Insurance, Contractors Insurance, Landlord Commercial Building Insurance, Landords Insurance, Renovation Insurance, Self Build Insurance, Unoccupied Property Insurance

Whether you are a Self-Builder, a Property Developer, a Property Owner or a Contractor, the rapidly rising price of building materials will have an effect on everyone. The figure you have noted down one or two years ago, even 6 months may no longer be suitable for the current environment. Construction materials cost increases have … Read More

Pub Landlords… Be aware

7th May 2021By Jason Titan InsurancePub Insurance

Tragically, a 7-year old boy died in a pub garden in 2018 after being electrified by faulty lights installed by an electrician where the presiding judge on the case said the pub was ‘a timebomb waiting to happen’. The electrician, who was employed by the landlord (who was also his brother-in-law), was convicted of failing … Read More