Around 2 years ago, JW Seagon launched our product for aviation industry, Premier Aviation. In that time, it has continued to grow, and we are extremely proud of its success.
We have recently seen articles and communications, suggesting that Motor Insurers can repudiate a Motor insurance claim if the accident occurs during the Government curfew hours.
Much has been written and spoken about in regards to Work Injury Benefit Act (WIBA) compensation, the legal position about having insurance cover against it, whether an employee can claim for Covid-19 related illnesses and if local WIBA and Employers Liability policies have any exclusions.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the world has been changing rapidly. From working from home being a reality for most to social distancing becoming the now. And our workplaces are not far behind.
Having property in the UK but with residency status in a different country can leave you believing you have no liabilities when it comes to UK Tax matters. However you could be wrong.
Please watch the webinar recording of our “Transforming Your Sales Strategy” webinar with David O. Sijenyi who will help you understand why now is a good time to work on your sales strategy as we wait to recover from this crisis.
As our lives continue with uncertainty, it is our personalities that will determine how we face our daily challenges and our resilience that will determine how we choose to react.
At the time, there were many different opinions as to who should pay and who is responsible. The Association of Kenya Insurers (AKI) took it upon themselves as an organisation to obtain legal opinion from a well-respected legal firm in Kenya.
Firstly, just a reminder, WIBA (Work Injury Benefits Act) is a legal benefit for all employees of Kenyan businesses who have any injury at work, or work-related illness(limited to a maximum of 8 years´ salary).