Assessing the damage.

The House of Lords has taken the unprecedented step of fixing the discount rate for multipliers in personal injury cases at 3%. Lyndsey Mackie says this will cause a hike in motor premiums.

Over 50s and the law.

A Guardian Insurance-funded guide has been produced to advise the over-50s about legal matters. Pass...

Chubb restructures.

Chubb Insurance Company has announced the formation of an engineered and special property risks unit...

Cornhill first in UK.

Cornhill has become the first insurer in the UK to transact a full cycle EDI commercial lines winner...

Terry Wellard.

If the likes of Boots and Tesco can get into bed with insurers, why don't you join forces with the local chemist or butcher?

A buyer's market.

The retail sector has expanded massively in recent years, with most commercial insurers trying to get in on the act. Shona Cronin reports.

Up close and commercial.

New regulations have changed the way insureds are required to approach inspections of plant and machinery. Steve Banner reports.

CGU is official.

And so it's official, the marriage of Commercial Union and General Accident has resulted in the some...

Too good to be true?

The mature driver sector has traditionally attracted insurers because of its low claims experience and high customer loyalty. However, Andrew Newman asks whether the bubble has burst, with insurers moving away from mature driver-specific products.

The world according to Aon.

Almost overnight, Aon has become the biggest broker in the UK. To ensure the continuation of this success, Aon has just gone through a major restructuring. Tim Collison spoke to Michael Eve about the changes at Aon Risk Services.

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