Pamela Kokoszka 2022

Pamela Kokoszka

Senior Reporter, Post

Pam is a senior reporter for Insurance Post and covers claims, fraud and motor topics. 

She joined Insurance Post in 2019 and won British Insurance Brokers’ Association most promising newcomer award in 2020.

In June 2022, she was a joint winner of British Insurance Brokers’ Association best investigative journalism award for the article that exposed loopholes in the Financial Conduct Authority’s regulation of claims management firms.

And in September 2022, Pam was highly commended in Insurance & Risk Features Journalist of the Year category at WTW Media Awards 2022. 

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Articles by Pamela Kokoszka

Interview: James Dalton, MIB

In his first interview since joining the Motor Insurers’ Bureau as chief services officer, and two years after the introduction of the Official Injury Claims portal, James Dalton chats to Pamela Kokoszka about how he is taking on the challenge to remove…

Motor claims fall to lowest ever level for Q1

Latest data from the Compensation Recovery Unit shows the number of motor claims has fallen to its lowest level ever for this quarter of the year, but the claimant body believes this is due to people not claiming.

Big Interview: David Ross, Cila

Only six months after taking the role of executive director of the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters, David Ross sat down with Pamela Kokoszka to discuss Cila’s vision, taking the institute forward, and giving the profession a voice.

Driverless vehicles and the future of motor insurance

Despite the predictions that early levels of automation will be available on UK roads as early as 2021, not much progress has been made so far. Insurance Post investigates the progress and what needs to be done to see driverless cars on the roads.

CII & PFS CEOs claim recent talks were ‘never hostile’

In a joint letter addressed to the Insurance Institute of Sheffield, Personal Finance Society interim CEO Don MacIntyre and Chartered Insurance Institute CEO Alan Vallance have insisted interactions between the two bodies since December have never been …

Climate litigation on the rise as Shell is sued

Kennedy’s partner Alex Nurse expects climate litigation to be on the rise as Shell is facing a legal battle filed by shareholders for its failure to adopt and implement an energy transition that aligns with the Paris Agreement.

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