09/12/2011

Fears were raised this week over the future of Scotland’s precious stocks of palm trees as gusts of well over 150 miles an hour lashed the land of Braveheart.

Loss adjusters GAB Robins had the presence of mind to make PR capital from this human and sub-tropical vegetational tragedy by announcing to the press that “all of its adjusters are now on standby for a major incident.” (Just in case you were wondering where they’d all got to.)

GAB employees now dreading cancellation of their winter breaks in Antigua can only hope there’ll be enough Scots palms left so they won’t notice the difference too badly.

How Insurance Times broke the news of Scotland's imperilled arecaceae


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