After a relatively worry free pregnancy for Laura and her husband Pauric things quickly went very wrong when at 31 weeks pregnant Laura was rushed in for an emergency C-section after a routine blood pressure check-up showed a serious problem with the placenta.
A focus on Alan Grant
The London Phoenix Orchestra is comprised of musicians from across the insurance and financial sector. They meet on a weekly basis to rehearse and put on a public performance about four times a year.
As part of this year’s Insurance Charities Awareness Week we ran an event, ‘Managing mental health & developmental disability in the workplace’ for Line Managers and HR professionals working in the insurance, and insurance related sector.
Why are we called The Insurance Charities and not The Insurance Charity? There’s a reason behind the name, we were founded in 1902 in Victorian England as The Insurance Clerks Orphanage. At this time the City of London had a high mortality rate, tuberculosis was rife and just one of many diseases spreading around the city.
The Trials and Tribulations of a “Lost” Adjuster
Retired CII and CILA member, Colin J D Bowes, has written and self-published a humorous fictional work based on the early part of his insurance career.