Contact Us

As well as having offices located all across the United Kingdom, Lycetts can be contacted by telephone or via email whenever and wherever you need us. Contact us without delay.

 

NEWCASTLE – HEAD OFFICE

Milburn House, Dean Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

NE1 1PP

Tel 0191 232 1151 | Fax 0191 232 1873

How to Claim

If you would like to find information and advice to guide you through the process to make a claim, whether it is in respect of a commercial, rural, private client or equine related matter click below.

 

Media Relations

For all PR inquiries please contact Anthony Andrew or Connor Murphy at our PR agency Cameron Wells.

Email: anthony.andrew@cameronwells.co.uk  or connor.murphy@cameronwells.co.uk
Telephone: 0161 973 4158

Working at Lycetts

For all enquiries about vacancies with Lycetts, please contact Charles Renwick.

Email: charles.renwick@lycetts.co.uk

Milburn House
Dean Street
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 1PP

Telephone: 0191 232 1151

Applications are accepted in the form of a CV accompanied by a covering letter detailing the type of position for which you are applying.

Lycetts is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community irrespective of age, sex, race or disability.

Our People

We provide our clients with more than just insurance solutions.

Our experienced staff understand your needs.

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Simon Landale

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Account Handler

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Account Handler

Lycetts Insights

Lycetts Insights provides updates on topical issues and key events.

Read more about developments both in insurance and at Lycetts.

Horse mortality: when do horses die?

October 19, 2017

Our clients don’t often ask us ‘when do horses die’ but as specialist equine insurance brokers dealing with horse mortality cases we do have some insight into this.

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Fatalities in agriculture and the process of risk assessment

October 18, 2017

The fatal injury rate in agriculture is 18 times higher than average. In total 30 people were killed on British farms in the past year. HSE research shows that hazards include contact with electricity (10 per cent), injury by an animal (7 per cent) and falling from a height (7 per cent).

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LYCETTS LOCATIONS

Our Offices

  • Newcastle

  • Edinburgh

  • Exeter

  • London

  • Marlborough

  • Newmarket

  • Norfolk

  • Oxford

  • Shropshire

  • Surrey

  • Sussex

  • Yorkshire

Get in touch

We’ve offices located all across the United Kingdom

And we’re always available for you by telephone or email whenever and wherever you need us.

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