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March 2012
What's Happening?


Welcome to our latest newsletter - we hope you find the content of interest. Our aim is to address topical matters, product profiles and a review of MPW activities within the community.

Your views are important and we would be pleased to receive your feedback and suggestions for content within future editions.

Latest News

Insurance Brokers and Politicians

Comments made by Jack Straw, Labour MP for Blackburn in respect of motor insurance claims have been widely reported in recent months. His concerns centre around referral fees paid to various parties following a motor accident, unjustified whiplash claims and excessive legal fees.

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Website News

Our new website has been up and running for 6 months and during this period we have received favourable comments. We aim to regularly review content and add informative items to further improve the site.

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Injury claims from ex employees

Businesses can be presented with claims for long term ailments such as industrial deafness or disease by individuals they employed many years ago and who contend the problem either arose or was exacerbated during the period they were with the company.

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Private Clients – The Benefits of Specialist Household Policy Cover

One size does not fit all and for those individuals who require higher sums insured for their own homes and possessions, a standard household policy will not necessarily provide the ideal cover.

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MPW were pleased to pass on a cheque to Demelza House Hospice Care for Children following generous donations gathered at our recent 25th anniversary celebration. We shall continue to provide support to charitable causes within the Kent area as part of our contribution to our local community.

You may recall from our last newsletter, Steve McMurdo entered and successfully completed the BUPA Great South Run in an excellent time.

Cancer Relief have benefited from his fund raising.

Well done Steve!

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