There are many fields with unrestricted access, as public or private rights of way, and often cattle can be seen grazing nearby. Whilst passers-by can usually walk past a herd of cows without any problem, cattle can be unpredictable and many wouldn’t know how to react if the herd began to stampede towards them.
At an industry ceremony held at The Brewery in central London last week, Carlisle-based H&H Insurance Brokers scooped up the award for Marketing & Customer Engagement, coming first in a highly competitive field.
To support insurance professionals who wish to set up their own insurance brokerage, leading rural insurance brokers, H&H Insurance Brokers (HHIB) have launched an Appointed Representative (AR) scheme.
Date for your diary: Friday 25 January 2019!! For more than 35 years, the Farmers’ Charity Auction has been raising cash for nominated charities across Cumbria and since the first event, tens of thousands of pounds have been raised for worthwhile causes. Next auction date announced…
H&H Insurance Brokers Appoints Simon McKean as Claims Manager to continue to support clients through the claims process as efficiently and quickly as possible.
Do you want to be in charge of your own future? Do you want to be your own Boss? If yes, read on as this could be the start of your new career…
Most insurance claims are simple to handle, but where losses are major and involve difficult or complex issues this can lead to unnecessary financial and emotional pressure for policyholders.
H&H Insurance Brokers are delighted to help with sponsorship for the 9th Oulton Tractor Run to be held on Sunday 12 August.
H&H Insurance Brokers reiterates how new developments in smallholder activity may expose farmers to hitherto unforeseen liabilities.
If you have livestock (particularly cows) on your farm, then slurry will be a part of your working life. It plays a vital role in the cultivation of your land, but you’ll also know that it can be one of the most dangerous things on your farm if mismanaged.