A claimant solicitors firm has been ordered to pay £27,000 of defendant legal costs after a personal injury claim lodged with Allianz was struck out by a court.
The claimant, Geraldine Higgins, allegedly sustained minor burns when using a sunbed at an Allianz customer's beauty salon. However, the defendant had no record of Mrs Higgins' treatment card, neither...
The British Insurers Brokers’ Association has sent a letter to members of the Government setting out their member’s opinions on what should be considered as the UK heads towards exiting the EU.
A new aggregator offering legal services - including public injury and road traffic accident options - is poised to launch next week with its boss boasting that Law Superstore could hail a new era of transparency in the sector.
Axa has signed a deal with Alibaba to jointly explore opportunities to distribute insurance products and services through the Chinese e-commerce giant’s platforms including Ant Financial Services.
A typical insurance product comes with more words of explanation than Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, and is written in a language only a PhD student can easily understand, research has revealed.