Sitting in my front room on Saturday morning I took a phone call from a claims management company.
All those involved in personal injury must work more closely together, particularly if rogue claims management companies are to be stamped out.
Farmers are facing increased responsibility to prevent pollution and most insurance policies provide only limited cover in that area. However, specialist policies can now be taken, as well as practical steps to limit damage.
Slater & Gordon is set to make losses of A$1.01bn (£587m) for the past financial year.
US software company Nutonomy is offering free rides in six 'driverless' taxis in Singapore from today.
A lot is said about customer focus, delighting customers, and being a customer-driven business, to name three buzz phrases. Without the right approach, real effort, and supporting evidence, there's always a danger these are empty words.
Getting injured people back on their feet through rehabilitation can be a win for claimants as well as insurer defendants but, when working within the naturally adversarial legal system, roadblocks can quickly spring up.
Since 1999 there has been a continuous effort to make personal injury litigation more efficient and more economical but the same is not true for transparency.
A ghost broker who ripped off friends and family has been sentenced at the central criminal court.
This week Post reporter Rosie Quigley and I were given a tour around the Accenture Innovation Lab at Plantation Place in the City.
The insurance industry must plan for the skills, expertise and resources it will need to manage subsidence claims when an ‘event year' happens once again.
Insurers paid out $31bn (£23.5bn) in the first half of the year as a result of catastrophes, an increase of 51% over last year.
Older drivers are a growing market, whose risk is difficult to assess.
When the ‘Black Lives Matter' protests on 5 August brought West London traffic to a standstill and cut off the M4 corridor into Heathrow Airport, one couldn't help thinking of the simmering social tensions that led to widespread rioting five years ago.
A group of new recruits to McLarens Aviation learn about what it takes to be a loss adjuster
Global motor giant Ford is looking to build a mass produced fully driverless car for ride-sharing by 2021.
Insurers have accused the government of “watering down” rules over the installation of sprinklers in schools.
With two-thirds of the population cold-called on a weekly basis, it’s time to take action
Despite a continuing reduction in the number of fires, the cost of blazes is actually increasing. What can be done to educate the public about the risks involved?
Insurers could face billions of pounds of potential losses from investment in fossil fuels, as the sector has failed to carry out risk assessment on the impact of climate change regulation.
Post is pleased to announce the shortlist for the Claims Awards Asia-Pacific 2016.
The police alone cannot tackle cyber crime and the revamped fraud reporting centre may prove less helpful than hoped
Week in Post: Rio 2016, diving doggies, a racism row and rejoice, the Insurance Act is finally here!
You know you’ve been bitten by the Olympic bug when you find yourself watching the weightlifting at 1:30am in the morning, hours before you have an event and need to be pretty sharp.
The Insurance Act is upon us. How well do you know this much anticipated piece of legislation? Take our quiz to find out!