Blogger Archives: Grange Turner

Grange Turner

Grange joined Willis in 2011, several years after failing to secure a place on the graduate training programme. He works within the UK and European team of Willis Re, and has spent his career specialising in various casualty aspects of insurance and reinsurance, though he now feels free to express a view on a much wider variety of subjects. Grange has a degree in History from Cambridge University, and an MBA from Imperial College London.

An Inflection Point for UK Motor-Related Injury Claims?

Since their implementation in 2005, Periodical Payment Orders (PPOs)—which allow the majority of a claim to be paid to individuals in installments rather than purely as a lump sum, often for the duration of the claimant’s life—have become increasingly common … Continue reading →

Driving Down the Age, Driving Up the Risks?

The Northern Ireland Environment Minister Alex Attwood this week made proposals that would impact young drivers: Reduce the age at which a learner can begin driving lessons, and possibly obtain a full license, to 16 Allow learner drivers to practice … Continue reading →