Named Perils and Everything in Between!

Insurance jargon is complex and every policy is different so it’s vital that you check the small print of your policy (contract) which you are agreeing with your insurance provider, warns insurance claim expert Niall Quinn, Director, Gullion Ltd.   Niall said, “Any insurance claim can only be negotiated within the parameters of your individual policy, […]


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Fire Safety should Remain Paramount over Halloween Celebrations

Halloween can be a frighteningly enjoyable time for many but it can also be extremely dangerous with bonfires and fireworks causing personal injury and damage to property.  Paul Murchan, Director, Gullion Ltd said, “There is a heightened risk of serious harm to people and property at this time of the year.  On average, every year, […]

Why Maintenance is Key

Property insurance claim experts, Gullion Ltd alert home owners of the pitfalls of many insurance claims made in winter, which may void your policy, should you need to make a claim. “The bottom line is that no matter how much you’ve paid for your insurance premium, no policy will pay out for damage which has […]

Do I have insurance cover to work from home?

With working from home, now the new norm, Gullion Ltd would encourage home owners to ensure that their insurance policy is fit for purpose.  At the beginning of lockdown the Association of British Insurers pledged that customers didn’t need to inform their insurer if they work from home while the government advice was to do […]

Fears of Post Pandemic Rural Crime Spike

Last year there was a significant drop in rural crime but there is concern among the farming community that it is set to increase as the economic impact, post lockdown, takes its hold. The PSNI reported 291 cases of burglary, robbery and theft relating to farming such as stealing agricultural vehicles, tools and livestock in […]