John Heath Insurance Brokers Team

We’ve Been Speed Karting For Charity!

Hosted by Jones Sheridan Financial Consulting, we entered a team of 6 into the 2012 Charity Challenge to raise money for the Wingate Centre in Wrenbury, Cheshire. The evening was a great success, with 10 local businesses all entering teams to raise £1,000 for this local charity, who are currently trying to raise £10,000 for …

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Did You Know About Our In-House Claims Service?

When things go wrong, and you need to make a claim, you can rest assured that we will provide the professional support you need at a time you need it most. We have been dealing with insurance claims since 1975 on behalf of our clients and have a vast knowledge in dealing with such matters …

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Would You Take Part In A ‘Crash For Cash’ Scam For Financial Gain?

A study conducted by research company Ipsos MORI has found that one in 12 people would contemplate getting involved in a ‘crash for cash’ scam while 53% of people believe fraudsters are unlikely to be caught. Speaking about the findings, Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) chairman David Neave said: “‘Crash for cash’ fraudsters are being caught …

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Metal Thefts Cause A 2500% Rise In Claims Costs

Damage caused by thieves stealing metal costs almost 20% of a property’s total value, says Zurich A surge in metal theft, mainly from empty properties, has lead to a 2500% increase in the cost of these types of insurance claims since 2004, Zurich has found. Zurich is one of the largest UK property Insurers and …

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Aviva Names Mark Wilson As Its New Chief Executive

Former AIA head, Mark Wilson, has been named as the new Chief Executive of Aviva. He will join the Insurer’s board from 1 December 2012 and take over as Chief Executive on 1 January 2013. Executive Chairman John McFarlane has been running the company since May, when previous Chief Executive, Andrew Moss, departed after a …

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City Trader Guilty Of Fraud Over £1.4bn Loss

A rogue trader who lost £1.4bn in bad deals that almost brought down Swiss bank UBS has been jailed for seven years. At one point during his run of losses, City trader Kweku Adoboli stood to lose approx. £7.5bn for the bank. The 32-year-old had admitted to the losses, but denied any wrongdoing. Jurors convicted him of two …

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Mortgage Adviser Wins Libel Payout From Mail On Sunday

A mortgage advisor has reportedly won a libel lawsuit against Associated Newspapers, the publisher of the Mail on Sunday, and has received substantial damages as compensation for the false claims made against him. Peter Carron, who is understood to have run Primrose Associates, filed the lawsuit after the newspaper ran an article headlined “Primrose Pimpernel”, …

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Apple Hit With Patent Infringement Lawsuit Over Noise-Cancelling Technology

The electronics and technology company Apple is reportedly being sued for patent infringement by a firm called Noise Free Wireless, which claims that the iPhone and iPad maker violated its patents relating to noise cancelling technology. The lawsuit, which was filed recently in the US District Court for the Northern District of California, claims that …

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Facebook and Banks Sued By Investors Over Initial Product Offering Price

The owner of the social networking site Facebook Mark Zuckerberg is reportedly facing a class action lawsuit from investors who feel they were misled over the company’s Initial Public Offering (IPO) price. In the lawsuit, which is the second of its kind in recent weeks, it is claimed that Zuckerberg and other Facebook executives knew …

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