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Category: Insurance Brokers

Client retention, is more than just a number

Posted In: Insurance Brokers on Mon 03 June 2013

Understanding our clients need to retain their customer base, is just one of the reasons we win more new business every month.

April 1st isn’t just April Fools day

Posted In: Insurance Brokers on Thu 31 January 2013

April Fools’ Day is celebrated in many countries on April 1 every year. Sometimes referred to as All Fools’ Day. April 1 is not a national holiday, but is widely recognised and celebrated as a day when people play practical jokes and hoaxes on each other.

Unfortunately, the implementation on 1st April 2013 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (LASPO) is no joke.

New Products Launched

Posted In: Insurance Brokers on Wed 26 September 2012

Maps has launched two new products to add to its existing portfolio of Motor & Family Legal Protection, Keycare and Breakdown Cover.

Brokers Move to Maps

Posted In: Insurance Brokers on Fri 24 February 2012

Brokers are moving to Maps because we are different.

Government to Ban Referral Fees

Posted In: Insurance Brokers on Fri 09 September 2011

The Government announced today that they intend to ban referral fees in personal injury claims. Details of when and how the ban will be implemented are unknown.

If or when any ban arises MAPS is well placed to adapt to this fundamental change to the legal industry.

We have been working on this possibility for the last couple of years and structured our company financially and systematically for any such change in the law.

We remain extremely positive and confident for our future and that of our clients and strategic partners.

Maps Sponsors BIBA Event

Posted In: Insurance Brokers, Sponsorship on Mon 21 February 2011

Maps were a sponsor of the BIBA Greater Manchester and West Pennine Regional Annual Dinner which took place on 17th February 2011 at The Hilton Hotel in Manchester.

The event was a great success.

MAPS gets the green seal of approval

Posted In: Awards, Insurance Brokers, Public Sector on Mon 14 June 2010

Groundwork Merseyside undertook an audit of our resource efficiency recently and concluded that “Maps Legal Assistance has excellent systems for managing energy and waste”. It was recommended that…

Maps Legal Launches DORCAS

Posted In: ICT, Insurance Brokers, Office Gossip, Public Sector on Fri 26 March 2010

DORCAS (Direct Online Reporting of Claims And Sales) is the newly designed secure web portal provided by Maps Legal Assistance. The new design is part of our ongoing programme of improvements to our web based services. We hope it will make the site…

Fanatical Support from Rackspace

Posted In: ICT, Insurance Brokers, Public Sector on Sun 12 April 2009

Our website now lives on its own dedicated server at Rackspace - world leader in hosting - who guarantee 100% network and infrastructure uptime and many other business-critical support features.

Their…

Prepared for Disaster

Posted In: ICT, Insurance Brokers, Office Gossip, Public Sector on Tue 24 February 2009

When we moved, as a result of successful business expansion, into our own larger office building in Bath Street we decided to retain our Stanley Street offices as a disaster recovery site.

We backup our data securely using different methods…

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