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.
Forty years since the English Heritage rebranded to Historic England under Margaret Thatcher’s government, Pam Kokoszka explores the role the insurance industry plays in protecting listed buildings.
With no repair nor recycling option available for electric vehicle batteries, Allianz and Thatcham described a “real commercial opportunity” for motor manufacturers to invest in recycling power units.
Howden has appointed Peter Blanc as head of M&A after it secured in excess of £1bn for M&A, new initiatives and talent.
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau has committed to extending its funding for Operation Tutelage until 2027.
Premiums for autonomous, connected, electric and shared vehicles could grow by more than $0.5tr by 2030, according to a Capgemini report.
Central Bank Ireland issued prohibition notice to Martin Ryan, former chief actuary at RSA Insurance Ireland.
A landmark High Court ruling means credit hire organisations will now need to properly address the issue of impecuniosity at the pre-litigation stage with insurers.
After Parisians voted to ban rental e-scooters in their city, lawyers have called for lessons to be learned from fatal crashes in France and for comprehensive UK legislation to avoid a similar outcome here.
Ahead of the consultation on changes being made to the single personal injury discount rate closing on 11 April, Insurance Post explores what dual or multiple rate models could mean for claimants.
David Ross has stepped down as executive director of Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters.
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.
Duncan Tessier, director of economic crime at the Home Office, has warned the insurance industry that it cannot tackle the “staggering growth” in fraud without public-private partnerships.
Minster Law CEO Shirley Woolham said following a complex year that saw industry come out of a pandemic and continue to deal with the aftermath of whiplash reforms, the personal injury motor market is transforming into a different landscape.
A joint report from Lloyd’s and WTW has highlighted significant scope for collaboration between the semiconductor industry and insurers to address supply chain risks.
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt pledged a further £200m to help tackle the pothole problem in Wednesday's budget, but breakdown insurers are sceptical over its effectiveness.
Harwood has been found liable for losses, damages and costs incurred by Aviva after recruiting a solicitor with a criminal record.
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 …
Justice minister Lord Bellamy has refused to commit to regularly updating new or existing fixed recoverable costs (FRCs) for inflation, but confirmed an extension to FRC will be going ahead in October.