Archived News 2008 (11)
Martin Lowe passes his University course in forensic collision investigation at De Montfort University.
Martin has recently completed a nine months distance learning programme and has successfully passed his assessments and final examination, which has lead to the award of the University Continuing Professional Development Certificate (UCPDC) at Level 4.
Plantec Holdings raised £300 for the Children in Need Appeal.
The money was raised via mufti day and a raffle draw, which was held on Friday 14th November
Children in Need’s mission is to positively change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.
ADELAIDE INSURANCE has scored top marks in the 2008 Rider Power survey published with the latest November edition of RIDE magazine for its claims service - which is provided by Plantec Holdings.
Scoring the highest 5.00 rating, Adelaide’s claims service provider Plantec Holdings’ quality of claims handling has been endorsed by the voting public who take part in the annual mega-survey of the UK biking community.
FIRST LEGAL SUPPORT has recently been welcomed as a new member of the Insurance Fraud Investigation Group after a recommendation from major client, Zurich Insurance Company.
The group was founded in the mid- 1990’s and originally provided a small number of insurance fraud investigators with the means of coming together to discuss the increasing problem of fraud against the UK insurance industry.
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