• Expert impartial insurance advice
  • Guidance on the types of insurance required for your business needs
  • Advice I relation to minimising risk to business owners and their staff

Key Areas of Expertise
Insurance, Public liability, employer’s liability, professional indemnity, key person, business life insurance.

Whether you are currently in business or starting up a new business venture, it is essential that you have the right insurance in place to protect you and your staff and to minimise risk within your organisation. Richard Talbot-Jones will provide you with expert impartial advice, ensuring that you know the types of insurance that your business needs and answering all of your insurance questions.

After graduating from Durham University and completing postgraduate studies at the University of Wales, Richard began his career in insurance, arranging personal insurance policies for Zurich. On moving to Gateshead he began to find his niche, specialising in Not For Profit organisations, SMEs and professional indemnity cover.
Richard is a Chartered insurance Broker, and a past President of the Insurance Institute of Newcastle upon Tyne.

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