COVID-19 Client Update

Quadra is operational and working to manage claims within usual timescales. Under the recently published Government guidelines for provision of “Utilities, Communication and Financial Services”, our services are classified as “essential services”. Our contingency plans and digital systems enable us to continue supporting our customers, employees, and partners.

Quadra response to COVID-19

Our Response to COVID-19

As we all continue to navigate the uncertainty of COVID-19, our commitment to customers, employees, and partners remains our priority. We have resilient systems and processes in place and will continue to offer a quality service, efficiently and in safe conditions through smart working practices. Quadra’s leadership team is monitoring the crisis as it evolves…

Quadra awarded Best Fraud Initiative at the annual LV= GI Claims Partner Awards!

Quadra’s Award-Winning Team

We’re delighted to announce that the Quadra team has been awarded Best Fraud Initiative at the annual LV= GI Claims Partner Awards! Director, Simon Jones, comments: “This is a tremendous achievement for our Head of Investigation & Counter Fraud, Brendan Gillooly, and the team. Our vigilant approach to claims while protecting and supporting honest customers…

Cannabis Farms – The Threat to Property Owners

As a property owner, the list of boxes to tick and concerns to consider may seem never-ending. For many, cannabis will be nowhere near the top, if even on the list at all. Here we’ll explain why it should be… How does cannabis affect insurance? Since the early 2000s, increasing numbers of rental properties have…

quadra provide flood preventative measures and solutions

Your 3 Step Flood Action Plan

With the heaviest rainfall season approaching, preparation and awareness are key to reducing the impact of a flood.  We have compiled a collection of flood prevention measures that can be taken to limit damage to your property. Following the floods in the north of England this summer, it is important that preparations are taken for…