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We have a reputation for excellent service, an in-depth market knowledge and access to insurance markets that enables us to provide premium insurance and risk-management solutions at competitive premiums. Cox Mahon Limited is a privately owned insurance broker with very distinct areas of expertise - Professional Indemnity Insurance, Estates & Private Clients and Commercial - sectors in which we are regarded as a leading broker.

Professional Risks is our specialism and our experience with professional firms in a variety of sectors, combined with our insurance market knowledge and connections, means our underwriters have the best possible understanding of your business and activities. Our Claims team interacts with your insurers, appointed Loss Adjusters, Panel Solicitors and your Cox Mahon Account Executives, throughout the course of the claim to ensure the swift and efficient handling of the matter.

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read more › Cox Mahon is a privately owned insurance broker business with offices in London and Shrewsbury. Our business is not restricted to these immediate geographical areas however, and we have clients located around the UK. We have two distinct areas of specialism and expertise - Professional Risks Insurance and Estates & Private Client insurance - two sectors in which we are regarded as a leading broker. Our services are not however restricted to these areas, as we also provide insurance advice to a wide range of Commercial Clients.

read more › We offer a dedicated insurance broking service to a wide range of professional clients incorporating the provision of comprehensive insurance cover designed for the unique challenges faced by different types of professional firms. We act as a trusted partner for an ever-increasing number of professional firms throughout the UK, with many being introduced to us as a referral by existing clients. This is testimony of our high client-focussed service standards, our extensive market access, and the provision of independent and impartial advice.

read more › Any company, practice or individual that provides professional advice or services is potentially exposed to legal actions arising from the conduct of their professional business. In today's litigious environment, the risk of allegations of negligence increases, no matter how spurious, and without insurance protection the cost of the legal defence and any subsequent settlement can prove disastrous for the business. A Professional Indemnity insurance policy (also known as "PII" or "Errors & Omissions insurance") will provide protection to a firm from such claims.

read more › Some business insurances are supplied as "package" policies with standard covers automatically included (such as for a professional firm operating from an office, a retail shop or a surgery). Other commercial firms (such as manufacturing or warehousing) will require a specialist policy designed to account for the risks of their specific industry. Cox Mahon has a team of experienced brokers who provide advice and create bespoke insurance programmes for our business and commercial clients. Tenants' Improvements - often required for internal fixtures & fittings you have installed (kitchen, internal partitions, etc).

read more › Exclusive professional indemnity insurance for investment agents for members of the Niche Investment Agents Society (NIAS). Over a period of more than a decade, Cox Mahon has developed a Professional Indemnity insurance ("PII") niche within the RICS chartered surveying profession. Through this work we have identified that investment agents are often rated by insurers in the general surveyor category, with little or no consideration with the particular aspects of investment agency work (and the lower insurance related risks this affords).

read more › Historically many contractors have had no need for Professional Indemnity insurance - this being a requirement for the traditional professional advisors (such as the architects and surveyors). However contractors are increasingly taking on a design liability either by employing their own in-house professionals or by assuming a liability where they sub-contract out the design element. When any building contractors undertake contracts on a design and construct basis, they stand exposed, and likely to be the client's first port of call in the event of a design or specification related problem.

read more › Directors, partners and senior employees of a company are exposed to a wide range of risk exposures, for their actions and the decisions that they make. These responsibilities and duties have been established through a mixture of statute, regulations and case law. Sometimes referred to as "D&O" or "Management Liability", this is a crucial form of protection for board members and the organisation's management against claims from outside parties alleging "wrongful acts", ie the decisions they make in their day-to-day business functions.

read more › A comprehensive Crime Insurance policy covers your business against the criminal behaviour of a dishonest employee or a dishonest third party (including collusion between the two). It will compensate the business as a result of theft, fraud or dishonest activity and the resultant loss off your own funds or for any customer's funds in your care and custody. Crime insurance is an often overlooked insurance because crime-related losses are not typically covered by commercial property insurance, so it's vital to ensure that your business is suitably protected.

read more › Financial services organisations face a wide array of challenges and exposures. The financial services industry is regularly in the media spotlight as well as being under constant scrutiny from the regulator or government, so when arranging insurance cover it is essential to take advice and guidance from a specialist insurance broker. Such financial institutions cannot afford to think in terms of individual risks or events. In an increasingly complex and interdependent world, a holistic approach is required to reducing risk and dealing effectively with what happens when things go wrong.

read more › Trustees and officials of charities and other not-for-profit organisations will often volunteer for the role, accepting an unpaid position, however they often take on responsibilities similar to those of a company director. If the trustee is accused of failing in those duties they can be held personally liable. Trustees, directors, officers, committee members and governors of such bodies can all be held responsible for the decisions and actions made on behalf of their organisation. They could also be sued or prosecuted for any mistakes and their consequences during the performance of their duties.

read more › Employment regulations are constantly changing and employee protections under law continue to evolve and expand. A company's workers can claim that their legal rights as employees have been compromised or violated, and the subsequent claim of a breach of employment law can have a huge financial impact on a company. More and more staff are aware of their rights and are quite prepared to take action against their employers if they think these rights are being breached. Compensation awards are reaching six, even seven figures in the UK, setting precedents and giving employees everywhere a context for their own grievances.

read more › Transactional Liability is a term which covers a broad spectrum of insurable risks generally connected with a business merger, acquisition or disposal. With the sale of a company it is common for the seller to be asked to provide warranties to the buyer on a broad range of matters - such as taxation, litigation, intellectual property, employment, pensions and other commercial matters. The buyer will typically want any warranties and/or tax covenants in the sale and purchase agreement (SPA) to be as extensive and unqualified as possible, giving it the best chance of making a claim should the need arise.

read more › We act as a trusted partner for a wide range of clients throughout England, Wales and Scotland - from landowners with many thousands of acres and a diverse range of activities, through to smaller farms, estates, country and town house owners. We can also insure overseas properties and holiday homes. Many have been referred to us by existing clients. This is testimony of our high service standards, along with the combined knowledge and experience of our team providing independent and impartial advice.

read more › Cox Mahon provides specialist insurance advice to clients on a direct basis and also to land agents (who arrange the cover for their clients.) Country Estates often have distinctive or unique insurance requirements and at Cox Mahon we have the expertise to design intelligent insurance programmes incorporating flexible covers. This may also include diversification activities such as holiday let accommodation, film shoots, weddings or renewable energy. We understand the importance of professionalism and discretion in such cases and our team are often praised by our clients for their exceptional level of service and knowledge, with both the placing of insurance and in handling claims.

read more › Higher value and larger homes require more consideration when arranging their insurance cover. A standard "off-the-shelf" or online quotation will rarely provide the individual insurance cover, policy limits or flexibility that such homeowners require. A high net worth insurance policy benefits customers who have particularly valuable assets, such as an expensive home, a collection of fine art, high-end jewellery and more. At Cox Mahon we know how important your home and possessions are and can provide bespoke high value home insurance tailored to you and your specific requirements.

read more › Whatever the type of farming-insurance you undertake Cox Mahon has the expertise to ensure your business, its land and buildings, crops, livestock and machinery will have the appropriate insurance cover in place. Farming is an increasingly diverse industry, with no two farms the same - be it in size, focus or activity. From smallholdings, through mid-size farms to large scale arable or wind farms, we will work closely with you to acquire a full understanding of your risk exposures and needs. Once these have been ascertained, our independence and the excellent working relationships that we maintain with a wide range of specialist farm insurers, enables us to structure the right programme of covers to suit your requirements, on the most cost-effective terms.

read more › Whether for the fleet of everyday private cars, commercial and farm vehicles, or more specialist high value, performance and classic cars, Cox Mahon can arrange tailored policy cover for your motor insurance requirements. You may have a prestige marque car for your day-to-day use and then your classic car at the weekend. Whatever your requirements we can provide a tailored multi vehicle insurance for you with all vehicles insured under one policy, with one renewal date, including performance and classic cars, as well as motorcycles.

read more › When it comes to insuring a second home or an overseas property it is important to get the right insurance cover in place, particularly when your property may be left vacant for long periods. Whether in the UK or overseas, whether used exclusively by you and your family, or let out as holiday accommodation to paying guests, Cox Mahon has the experience and wide range of specialist insurer contacts to ensure your second home or investment property is correctly insured. You may have chosen a villa or apartment in the sunshine, or your preference may be a ski chalet in the Alps.

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