Coronavirus COVID-19 - Business Continuity Plan
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Coronavirus COVID-19 - Business Continuity Plan

Whilst there are ongoing concerns about the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Pi-Property Insurance are working to ensure that we limit the impact of the situation and that our teams are available as usual and are here to answer any questions you may have. 

We are closely following government guidance and taking recommended steps to adjust our working practices in an effort to reduce the impact of the Coronavirus. We have already implemented the following steps:

  • All the employees have been and are continually being made aware of the government health and travel guidelines.
  • Where possible, face to face client meetings will be rearranged or conducted via conference call in agreement with the client.
  • As a business we have remote working capabilities to reduce any potential disruption to the normal office function.

The health and wellbeing of our associates, clients and their employees is of the utmost importance, and so we will be continuing to monitor the situation and issue news and guidance where possible.

As part of the Clear Group we have access to the groups dedicated news page and you can access this to stay up to date with our communications. Click here for dedicated news.

If you have any concerns around your insurance policy coverage, we would ask you to get in contact with us directly. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) have also produced a guide to some of the most commonly asked questions.

We have updated our website with information surrounding changes to payment of claims, please take a read of the article here. Continuation of Claims Service - COVID-19.  

As always, you can reach us on 01789 766 888 or [email protected].

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