As the driver in a fatal autonomous Uber car crash from 2018 was charged with negligent homicide, the insurance industry has warned more needs to be done before introducing Automated Lane Keeping Systems onto UK roads next year.
Some of the Insurers involved in the Financial Conduct Authority’s business interruption test case saw share prices increase following the verdict, despite participants being told to pay out for some claims.
Insurers have been urged to consider the “reputational damage they may suffer” before appealing the Financial Conduct Authority's business interruption test case judgment.
Total Covid-19 losses remain an unknown, leading to greater complexities and individual approaches at 1 January reinsurance renewals, Guy Carpenter has cautioned.
Recently appointed unit manager for Questgates’ new public transport claims division Andy Anderson and divisional director of specialist services Glen Donaldson, spoke to Post about plans, challenges in the industry and the Scottish train derailment near…
Tony Lloyd, Labour MP for Rochdale, filed a motion in House of Commons on 1 September calling on Co-op to review its decision to sell the Manchester-based insurance business to Markerstudy.
Today members of trade union Unite the Union gathered outside the Rochdale Pioneers Museum in Greater Manchester to oppose incoming job losses at Co-op insurance and the de-recognition of the independent trade union on its sale to Markerstudy.
Aon and Willis Towers Watson shareholders have voted in favour of the risk giants' merger.
The Met Office has issued further wind and rain warnings for today as storm Francis hits the UK, while the impact of Scottish floods continues to be felt.
Falling average motor premiums may represent less significant savings for individual consumers than at first glance, experts have cautioned, while a swift return to pre-Covid motor premium levels is "not inevitable."
With growing pressure on the government to introduce mandatory ethnicity pay reporting to measure inequality in the workplace, Post investigates what steps the industry is taking to prepare and what is still to do.
Loss adjusters are reporting spike in flood and storm related claims across Scotland, North West England and Wales, as the Met Office extends weather warnings across the UK until the end of Tuesday.
While the serious injury claims cycle faced delays during the start of the pandemic, time pressures are now “easing” as care providers find ways to adapt.
Loss adjusters are on standby following flooding in parts of Wales yesterday, as the Met Office warned of storms across the United Kingdom.
Watchstone, formerly Quindell, has filed a £63m damages claims against PWC, alleging the firm breached contract and opened an “unauthorised and illicit” channel of communication with a corporate finance adviser to Slater & Gordon in relation to the 2015…
The explosion in Beirut, Lebanon at around 6pm local time on Tuesday 4 August tragically killed at least 157 people and wounded another 5000, with more than a hundred still missing as rescue efforts continue.