DAC Beachcroft has joined three other insurance law firms to make a global network.
Law change could open floodgates to historic claims
Knowles Loss Adjusters has rebranded to Charles Taylor General Adjusting Services.
There has been a 13% reduction in the amount of insurance fraud reported by the industry, according to government statistics.
The benefits of diversity in the workplace have long been recognised. It widens the talent pool, improves employee engagement, enhances performance and enables an organisation to better represent its diverse customer base. That can only be good for business,...
Personal injury and insurers should create a cross-industry body to see through the various anti-fraud reforms and restore trust in the sector.
Towergate's Kay Martin on why a focus on customer service is the one thing that won't change in 2017
So it's January again and what a year 2016 was - it's hard to remember a more tumultuous 12 months.
The media has helped to publicise the importance of live event promoters having insurance to safeguard against shows having to be cancelled or abandoned due to unforeseeable events.
Film sets can be dangerous places, with wires and cables trailing and spectacular stunts being performed. What are the risk factors associated with making movies?
Former Gen Re claims manager Geoff Piggot has been named as CEO of Crawford Global Technical Services.
With insured losses totalling $54bn (£44bn), global natural disasters in 2016 combined to cause the highest economic losses in four years, according to a new report from Aon Benfield.
In the first weeks of 2017 two stories have really caught the imagination of the insurance claims community.
The government will start drawing up legislation on whiplash reform this month, a finance minister said.
I spent a large part of the last quarter of 2016 visiting the British Insurance Brokers' Association regions and talking to the advisory boards and committees as we usually do as part of our manifesto preparations.
Working with government, regulators and trade bodies to build public trust in insurance is a common aim of our profession and more important than ever when considering today's unnecessary claims culture.
At least 37 people have been killed after a Turkish cargo plane crashed into a village near the capital of Kyrgyzstan this morning.
The snowflakes trickling gently down from the skies across the nation remind me of the vast number of people who trickle through the doors of the insurance sector - people, our Census closes today!
Medco has appointed Martin Heskins as executive chairman with responsibility for the new strategic direction of the personal injury portal.
Severe flood warnings are in place along the eastern coast of England following fears that a storm surge places homes and properties at risk.
UK catastrophe modeling firm JBA Risk Management has this month released a multi-peril flood model for Vietnam.
The industry has welcomed the government’s response to last year’s driverless car consultation.
Crawford has appointed Andrew Robinson as its global chief operating officer.
Claims Equilibrium Club will provide claims support to Compass Broker Network.
A man has been sentenced to jail for making false car insurance claims.