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Future Insurance has your insurance needs covered

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Established in 1985, Future Insurance is a wholly Irish owned insurance brokerage providing a competitive range of professional products and service to individuals and companies.

Construction companies and sole traders can now apply to construction register

Westmeath construction companies and sole traders can now apply to join the new register for the construction industry. The Construction Industry Register Ireland (CIRI) is being set up to help distinguish competent, experienced construction companies and sole traders from those who have given the construction industry a bad name.

Fire charge to be paid in all but exceptional circumstances

Athlone residents are being advised to check their insurance policies to ensure they are covered for the local authority fire service call-out charge.

O’Mahony criticises maternity benefit charges for men by health insurers

Private health insurers are charging men for maternity benefit even though they know that men will never avail of the benefits. The policy is unfair according to Mayo Fine Gael TD, John O’Mahony who has asked the Minister for Health, Dr James Reilly to request the Competition Authority to look into the matter.

Unregistered gas installations may cause insurance difficulties

Homeowners in Westmeath who have had any work done on their gas fires or boilers by unregistered fitters since their last renewal have been asked to check if their insurers will still honour future claims.

Policy holders downgrade insurance cover to save money

Tighter personal finances are causing many holders of insurance policies to downgrade their level of risk in a bid to save money.

Universal health insurance impossible as Government pushes costs higher – McGuinness

Carlow-Kilkenny Fianna Fáil TD John McGuinness has criticised the 40 per cent increase in the levy on health insurance policies, describing it as a direct attack on those already struggling to meet their financial commitments.

Policy holders downgrade insurance cover to save money

Tighter personal finances are causing many holders of insurance policies to downgrade their level of risk in a bid to save money.

Judge holds over decision in fatal accident case

Judge Mary Devins this week held over her decision until the December sitting of Claremorris District Court in a case of two men involved in a fatal accident. Both David Duggan and John Costello pleaded guilty to the charges in court in relation to a fatal accident on August 20 2010 outside of Claremorris.

Hypnomaster Fox to treat client fifty thousandth client in Galway

Hypnotherapist Patrick Fox will reach a milestone in Galway on December 20 this year when he treats his 50,000th client for smoking and weight loss, in his 21-year career.

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