Insurers are detecting more fraudulent insurance claims than ever according to figures released today by the Association of British Insurers (ABI).
Barlow Lyde & Gilbert (BLG) has bolstered its insurance practice with the former Halliwells partners joining the firm in Manchester.
LV is launching a marketing and quote-engine tool for small and regional brokers called Proud, utilising South Essex Insurance Brokers' wholesaling arm's technical back-end.
Fraud is helping to push car insurance premiums up at their fastest-ever rate, according to the latest AA British Insurance Premium Index.
Though the economy continues to be troublesome and commercial motor is still highly competitive with small margins, there are some areas of improvement and growth, writes Fiona Nicolson.
After officially retiring from the industry more than 10 years ago, Miles Emblin returned to insurance as an expert witness. The broking legend tells Louise Meeson why his career has still got a few miles in it yet
A new service has been launched which aims to help claim handlers fast-track claims, reduce leakage, improve fraud detection rates and reduce costs.
A travel insurance fraudster, accused of making £40,000 worth of claims affecting eight insurance companies over five years, has been sentenced.
£21m of suspect claims are under scrutiny by the loss adjusting firm's investigation unit
Markerstudy Insurance Company, a division of Markerstudy Group, has become the latest company to join the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB).
It's been a while since the ghost of Michael Bright has haunted the insurance industry but he recently popped up in the most unexpected of places.
Insurance experts have called for an industry-wide solution for sharing travel claims information in a bid to fight fraud.
A group fraudsters have been sentenced after trying to claim thousands of pounds of compensation from QBE.
In a bid to fight back against fraud, Graham Knight has been appointed as fraud manager for Allianz Retail
MMA has signed up to the Syndicated Intelligence for Risk Avoidance (SIRA) system
Following an investigation by Merseyside police, 25 defendants have received sentences ranging from imprisonment to community orders.
General insurance fraud losses could reach £2.5bn in 2010, according to research from Experian.
Nine out of 10 (89%) solicitors think the 'no win no fee' system has encouraged more people to make fraudulent personal injury claims, according to research from LV.
The Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) has entered into an agreement with the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB) for support services.
General insurance fraud losses could reach £2.5bn during 2010,according to global information services company Experian.
Motor insurance fraud is affecting more of England’s most densely populated areas than ever before, according to research from law firm Keoghs.
QuestGates has announced that John Freeman has been appointed counter fraud director
Cunningham Lindsey appoints fraud manager in its liability services division following concerns that fraudsters are focusing on employers' liability (EL) public liability (PL) claims.