This week: four insurers confirm they are mounting a legal challenge against legislation in Scotland that would reinstate damages for pleural plaques; Heath Lambert wins the Birds Eye account from Willis; RSA plays down job losses after outsourcing risk work; and a new pay-as-you-drive style motor insurance product is launched five months after Norwich Union shelved its own similar proposition.
- In Depth: Claimant lawyers move from whiplash to holiday illness claims
- Motor Report: What's driving motor?
- Majority of UK businesses 'will not be compliant' in time for GDPR
- Insurers at risk of losing two thirds of previous customer data due to GDPR
- Repair firm feared to be hacked for personal accident data
- Crash for cash fraudsters jailed after fabricating accident
- Insurercore set to launch broking social media platform after fixing technical glitches