A husband and wife have been jailed for a year over a £18,000 health insurance fraud which spanned more than a decade.
Ecclesiastical has published a statement of principles outlining its approach to managing claims brought against organisations for physical and sexual abuse.
Understandably, there is a great deal of focus right now on managing flood risks but looking at household fire claims, the number and cost of these claims have also changed quite significantly in a relatively short period of time.
When you meet someone at a party and tell them you’re in insurance, what reaction do you get? A shrug, a swift change of subject, or possibly the sight of your new acquaintance’s back as they head off to find someone more interesting to talk to.
For some, Christmas and New Year can be a stressful time. Add storms Desmond, Eva and Frank into the mix and the festivities become a seemingly endless time of misery.
The Environment Agency has issued 33 flood warnings for London and the South East this morning after torrential rain overnight.
The deadline for the 2016 Insurance Fraud Awards is fast approaching, so if you want to be in contention for these prestigious accolades you will need to start thinking about that entry today.
Fakes and fraud are a costly aspect of art claims. To counter this, specialist specie underwriters and personal line insurers should learn the lessons from other sectors and embark on collective action.
The entry deadline for the Claims Awards Asia-Pacific 2016 is 30 June.
A You Gov survey has found that 45% of workers in Britain fear losing their job if they take legal action against an employer.
Lloyd’s of London, like the London market as a whole, is becoming more urgent about getting up to speed with modern technology – and claims is leading the way
The end of the 2015 to 2016 parliamentary session brought an end to the progression of the Negligence and Damages Bill, which would have extended the class of potential secondary victim claimants to include not only the immediate family of an injured...
According to the Insurance Council of Australia June's east coast storms will cost insurers A$235m (£120m) in claims.
Storms Elvira and Friederike will dampen the first half 2016 earnings of French and German insurers, though it is unlikely there will be any negative rating actions as a result, according to AM Best.
Social media is providing insurers with a time-saving and cost-effective weapon in their armoury to fight fraud
Jason Spencer will join Crawford in setting up the alternative business structure (ABS) in order to deliver a wider variety of services.
The claim that fraud adds £50 to the average insurance premium is just “plain wrong”, legal campaigners have claimed.
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The insurance industry needs be more transparent on what is does in order to gain customer traction and trust.
Three leading insurance marketing professionals were each given 400 seconds to outline their communication strategies at a ‘pecha kucha’ session at an industry conference.
DAC Beachcroft has responded to calls for the insurance industry to be more innovative with the launch of its Innovations Lab - a research and development hub.
There is now scope for insurers to benefit from wider sources of intelligence to validate claims
Australian giant IAG has received around 10,000 claims from Australia's deadly east coast storm.
The government needs to “take the politics out” of decisions about flood defences, the Association of British Insurers has said.