In the 29th episode of Post and Insurance Age’s video series we gathered together an expert panel to discuss the prevention, detection and prosecution of insurance fraud at a time of pandemic.
Insurance Covid-Cast episode 13: Litigation under lockdown - how are lawyers and insurers managing legal disputes and hearings during the Coronavirus?
In the latest episode of Insurance Post and Insurance Age’s new video series brought to you while our journalists are working from home, we gathered together a group of lawyers and claims experts to discuss how they are managing dispute resolution and…
The ABI and the Association of Consumer Support Organisations have developed a statement of intent recommending remote video examination and rehabilitation.
Provider also posts increases in GWP and profit after tax as it reports "disappointing" personal motor result impacted by claims inflation and a "lower than anticipated" Ogden rate.
Deal sees CIG join the group's existing Carroll Holman Insurance Brokers business in London.
Government has changed the rate from -0.75% to -0.25%, which is a smaller rise than what was generally expected.
Policy covers small sailing boats, dinghies, motorboats and speedboats and is available for brokers to sell.
Biba chairman Lord Hunt of Wirral urges the government to avoid further delay in signing the bill into law.
Government pushes date back for “extensive testing”.
Justice Committee “troubled” by the reliability of insurer fraud data ahead of secondary legislation on personal injury reform.
The warning comes after the Justice Committee said more evidence was needed before the government can make a decision on how the rate should be set.
ABI warns that owners of vehicles like golf buggies and motorised lawnmowers could be forced to take out third party insurance unless the European Commission takes action.
Insurance Age examines what each of the major political parties has to say on issues affecting the insurance market.
Cutting bogus claims to cut costs: The number of spurious personal injury claims has been spiralling up but, as Rob Townend says, new reforms could help to crackdown on the problem
The reform, which was initially announced in last November's Autumn Statement, could end cash compensation for minor, short-term injuries and limit lawyers.
Six months into 2016, what have been the highs and lows for the insurance industry – and what does the rest of the year have in store?
As regulation of claims management companies is relinquished by Government and handed to the Financial Conduct Authority, what lies ahead for insurance companies?
New group of personal injury lawyers formed to fight changes to whiplash compensation.
The casualty landscape is ever-changing. Insurers and brokers must be aware of all developments when giving advice
Nationwide day of action comes as insurance fraud costs policyholders £50 a year.
Insurer says move will help brokers attract additional revenue from small businesses.
Bluefin has launched a group personal accident (PA) and travel policy for small and medium-sized businesses.
Contents insurance has risen four pence since 1994, according to the AA.
Bluefin has reported a 10% increase in Ebitda to £25m for 2013 from £22.7m the year before.