In our policy we differentiate between nuclear, chemical, biological, radiological terrorism and the use of violent/forceful terrorist attacks.

We exclude the first type of terrorism (insurance is probably not the major worry in that case…), but in the wake of recent events in Europe we have extended our cover. We want to ensure our Wrisk customers are supported should they suffer from a deliberate, harmful or damaging act of terrorism involving violence or force.

We hope this is a position none of you find yourselves in, but if you do, we have your stuff covered.

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