If Only The NHS Had Cyber Cover…!?

We all watched in horror last week as the media and politicians ran around broadcasting stories and passing comment on a matter that resembled a plot from a Die Hard movie, and about which many of them seemed unqualified to comment. The vulnerability surrounding the computer systems of what clearly ranges from the largest organisation … Continue reading If Only The NHS Had Cyber Cover…!?

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Storm Doris

In light of the severe weather warnings operating throughout the country today, if you do suffer any property damage then please contact our Claims Team on the following numbers:- Carole Smith – 0151 255 2611 Joanne Ryan – 0151 255 2621 Jake Dearden  – 0151 255 2616 Or you can email us – mail@mofs.co.uk Alternatively … Continue reading Storm Doris

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The Great Tumble Dryer Fiasco

Most people should by now be familiar with the product recall of approximately 4.3m faulty tumble dryers across the UK within the Whirlpool Group including Hotpoint, Indesit and Creda, due to a fault which was originally identified in October 2015. Many customers are still waiting for the promised modification. In my own case it was … Continue reading The Great Tumble Dryer Fiasco

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Christmas Opening Hours & What To Do In An Emergency

Opening times during the Christmas  period for MOFS  will change to the following :- Office closes early at 5pm on 22nd December If you need to arrange cover or make any alterations to a policy on the 23rd December either email mail@mofs.co.uk or phone 0151 255 2600 and leave a message and one of our team will … Continue reading Christmas Opening Hours & What To Do In An Emergency

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Insurance Act 2015 – What Does The Client Need To Know?

With effect from the 12th August 2016 the law affecting the placement of every business insurance policy will change.  The new Act applies to all business insurance policies placed or renewed after the 12th August 2016, but also to any alterations to a policy after that date even if the policy was taken out before … Continue reading Insurance Act 2015 – What Does The Client Need To Know?

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Christmas Opening Hours & What To Do In an Emergency

Opening times during the Christmas  period for MOFS  will change to the following :- 24th December – 28th December – CLOSED 29th December – OPEN 9:00am – 5:30pm 30th December – OPEN 9:00am – 5:30pm 31st December – OPEN 9:00am – 12:30pm 01st January – 03rd January  – CLOSED 04th January 2016 onwards normal opening hours 9:00am – … Continue reading Christmas Opening Hours & What To Do In an Emergency

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A Busy Month for Motor Insurance

June will probably go down as a fairly uneventful month, but as normal the arrival of British summer time usually results in some fairly average weather for the time of year.  However, what has perhaps been more in evidence in June 2015 is the number of changes to the rules and regulations regarding motor insurance … Continue reading A Busy Month for Motor Insurance

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Christmas & New Year Opening Times

At this time of year it is important that our clients are aware of how they can contact us over the Christmas and New Year period. Emergency telephone numbers can be accessed by CLICKING HERE when the office is closed. Colleagues may only have limited access to email, but Contact Us will allow you to email our … Continue reading Christmas & New Year Opening Times

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Is Answering the Call Really Worth It?

Preventing unnecessary deaths on our roads has always been a high priority for the Highways Agency and its predecessors. The design of roads and traffic calming measures have all contributed to a marked reductiPostson in road deaths but there continues to be one area that causes the authorities concern in contributing to an increasing number … Continue reading Is Answering the Call Really Worth It?

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Potential £141M Claim in Relation to Bristol Building

The December 2013 copy of Building Magazine contained an article in relation to a Bristol wine warehouse tenanted by Accolade Wines, which is showing signs of “defects” and “damage” to the building, which was occupied as a wine storage facility. The claims of the occupier are that “defective piles” which provide “insufficient support for the … Continue reading Potential £141M Claim in Relation to Bristol Building

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