UK insurance law biased towards insurers

The study by International law firm Davies Arnold Cooper (DAC) canvassed the opinion of more than 40 companies in the global insurance market, including insurance companies, brokers and reinsurers with a combined total of over £30bn in annual revenues.

The survey’s main finding echoes the common international industry perspective that UK insurance law favours the insurer. Whilst 35% of respondents believed there is an actual bias, 60% also believed that there is a perceived bias in the law

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