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Insurer Wording Updates and Responses to COVID-19

Please find below policy wording updates and responses from various insurers WRS Insurance Brokers places business with. Updates include (but not limited to) extended covers and adjusted unoccupancy conditions for property. Please expand the section when...

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COVID-19 – We are remote working…

COVID-19 update  - We are remote working and ready to assist you. I hope this update finds you safe and well during these unprecedented times. Following the recent government announcement, we have actioned its advice and from 24th March are now working remotely. Our...

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and the Oscar winners are…

and the Oscar winners are…

The moment arrived and in the early hours of Monday morning (GMT), the Oscars were being presented in America. Our community cinema insurance clients were likely aware of the strong British representation, with 30 British nominees in 2018 (up from 24 in 2017) across a...

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