We’re here to help

Need to talk it over?
Call us on +44 1276 486477
or request a free call back here

Get an estimate online

What are you looking for?

Call +44 1276 486477
Request a callback

Insure

Get an estimate online

About our policies and cover

Get a quote online

About William Russell

For Brokers

Recommend a friend to William Russell and we’ll reward you with a $100 Amazon.com Gift Card. Find out more here

A guide to keeping your personal information safe

We have recently partnered with The Defence Works, an award-winning provider of GCHQ-accredited security awareness training to create a series of guides to share best practices when it comes to keeping personal data, safe.

Get the full story

Health Tips

Managing a long-term condition

Having a chronic condition shouldn’t stand in your way of pursuing a life overseas. But what research should you do before you leave and what questions need to be asked?

Woman in gym

How does physical activity affect your health?

How important is it to stay active as we age and what kind of activity brings the most benefits?

Antibiotics resistance: what you need to know

Many countries have strict rules governing the use of antibiotics. In the UK, Europe and US, they will only be prescribed if a doctor is confident the cause of an illness is bacterial and not caused by a virus or other pathogen. However, not all countries are so vigilant.

Can you have a healthy Chinese new year?

How do the Chinese celebrate the Lunar New Year, and is the event physically or mentally beneficial?

What you need to know about MERS

What you need to know about MERS

The Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) is a relatively new respiratory illness that was first identified in Saudi Arabia in 2012. Caused by a novel coronavirus (MERS-CoV), there have since been reports of a MERS outbreak in over 21 other countries such as China, Thailand and the United Kingdom.

Why it is time to take action on heart disease

Why it’s time to take action on heart disease

The World Health Organisation (WHO) says that heart diseases are the top cause of death around the world. But if you’re an expat, are you more at risk?

Ebola in Africa: what expats need to know

Dr Peter Salama, Executive Director of the World Health Organization (WHO) Health Emergencies Programme which coordinates outbreak responses, remarked that we have “learnt never, ever to underestimate the Ebola virus disease and we will be remaining vigilant.”

Tired all the time? How to get better sleep

Sleep deprivation is a key global issue that is having a particular impact in east Asian cities.

Your guide to malaria protection

Malaria prevention has always been a consideration for expats and travellers alike, but there have been reports of a treatment-resistant strain of the disease gradually sweeping through Southeast Asia.

Keeping active in Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia has the highest activity level in the world according to the World Health Organization, but there are growing concerns that physical fitness levels in the region are on the wane. Westernised influence of high-fat, sugary foods and long, sedentary working hours in front of computer screens are the main reasons for this concern.

How expats in Thailand can reduce sugar intake

How much sugar do you consume? According to the World Health Organization (WHO), six teaspoons per day is the recommended daily allowance. Thailand’s daily sugar consumption is more than four times that level, and is contributing towards Thailand’s rising health problems.

Page 1 of 3

Customers in over 160 countries have relied on us since 1992. How can we help you?

Get an estimate online