Insurers plead with government to make early call on further whiplash reform delay in light of Covid-19
The whiplash reforms implementation date should be delayed and a realistic timescale put in light of the Covid-19 epidemic.
It is now just over a week since the Prime Minister locked down the UK on 23 March to help slow down the coronavirus pandemic, strict measures which have seen traffic significantly reduced on the UK’s roads. Post content director Jonathan Swift spoke to a number of major insurers to see the impact on claims, how they are managing repairs and breakdown recovery, and what fears they have.
Motor insurers have confirmed that those volunteering for NHS services don't need to change their motor policies or contact their insurer to update them with their activities.
Sabre has delayed its special dividend to shareholders, citing the need to wait for greater clarity around the impact of coronavirus pandemic.
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We have launched an emergency fundraising appeal to help mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on people affected by dementia calling on the insurance industry to unite at this difficult time. Find out more about our appeal and donate here: https://t.co/cU7hl3Cn7S— Insurance United Against Dementia (@InsuranceUAD) March 25, 2020
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