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Musical bumps


Following the news that a leisure resort has been held liable for the injuries sustained by guests taking part in an organised game of musical chairs, we take a look at the importance of risk assessments and impact on insurance...

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Female duo aim to make history at this year’s Isle of Man TT


‘Queen of Bikers’ Maria Costello MBE, has announced her plans to be the first woman to race both sidecar and motorcycle at the same Isle of Man TT meeting. Image courtesy of Impact Images.

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New governing body clients


We’re pleased to share the news of our recent successes in landing the following new governing body clients.

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Travelling supporters to be protected with flexible ticket scheme


Football fans prayers are being answered by the Department for Transport, train companies and the Premier League as a scheme is on its way to ensure fans are not left out of pocket for rearranged matches.

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Cyber-attacks: prevention better than cure.


In many ways, cyber-attacks are like sports injuries: nobody can afford to suffer one; they can hit unexpectedly at any time; the level of damage can vary vastly and prevention is always better than cure.

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Another first for snooker!


The English Partnership for Snooker and Billiards (EPSB) has recently launched England’s first club affiliation scheme, the 147 Club.

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Double victory for Sports Insure


We are delighted to announce that our experience in placing insurance cover for sports’ national governing bodies has this week landed us two new clients.

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