Admiral has pledged £110m towards automatic refunds as motor customers are staying at home and driving less during the UK-wide Covid-19 lockdown.
Following Davies' acquisition of Keoghs further consolidation is expected in the claims sector and it could push mid-sized firms out of the picture.
Storm Dennis will hit the UK this weekend, following a claims surge and disruption from last weekend's Storm Ciara.
Zurich’s UK general insurance arm saw profit almost double and its combined operating ratio improve in its 2019 financial year.
A code of practice for property flood resilience aimed at homeowners and industry bodies was yesterday launched at Parliament.
Insurers and loss adjusters are reporting a surge in claims and calls, as they warn more disruption and damage is expected after Storm Ciara hit the UK over the weekend with winds of more than 80mph.
A model similar to the Motor Insurers' Bureau's untraced and uninsured drivers payout scheme has been suggested as one way survivors of institutional child sexual abuse could be compensated.
The Financial Conduct Authority confirmed that during the Brexit implementation period European Union law will continue to apply and firms will continue to benefit from passporting between the UK and European Economic Area.
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau is confident in delivering the Official Injury Claim portal “that is fit for anyone who needs it”.
The average cost of motor insurance rose to its highest level in the final quarter of 2019, according to research by the Association of British Insurers.
Insurers have ramped up lobbying attempts to convince the government to slice the rate of Insurance Premium Tax. Post investigates why they may well have good reason to be worried it could be cranked up the other way.
Jennifer Boldon, partner at Kennedys, recently took to the Lloyd’s Library to turn a spotlight on #MeToo claims. She spoke to Post about why they are picking up steam, how they differ between the UK and the US, and how employers can mitigate the risk of…
Insurance losses resulting from severe weather conditions from 19-21 January in Australia, are estimated to be A$514m (£269m), according to the Insurance Council of Australia
Insurers are still “lagging” behind other financial organisations when it comes to digital transformation, a conference heard.
Insurers need to make further efforts to focus on the customer and build trust if they are going to address the $1.2tn (£920bn) global protection gap, a conference heard.
'Fit Bit for business' insurtech Brisk is looking for investors to join a second round of funding ahead of series A round at the end of the year.
Customers are logging into Admiral's online portal on a regular basis, leading to cost savings and a drop in contact centre use, a conference heard.
Exclusive: Departures and changes for RSA's e-trade division after former e-trading director Paul Trivett leaves the business.
Ian Kemp stepped down as commercial motor underwriting director at RSA last month.