With the UK government ready to introduce e-scooters on the roads from this weekend as part of trials, the British Insurance Brokers’ Association has called for the development of a “low-level minimal insurance requirement."
UK motor insurers made lockdown savings of £1.28bn as drivers stayed home between 23 March and 31 May 2020, research by price comparison website Hello-Safe has suggested.
As part of the acquisition by Smithers Purslow, Byrom Clark Roberts will rebrand to its owner’s name, using a fresh logo.
Swift v Carpenter: Change needed if costs formula 'no longer fits' purpose, says Personal Injuries Bar Association
If the current formula for calculating serious injury accommodation costs is no longer fit for purpose then it should be improved, the Personal Injuries Bar Association's representative said on the third and final day of the Swift v Carpenter appeal.
Swift v Carpenter: Appeal Court hears arguments on whether market value of property is a fair measure
On the second day of the appeal to a 2018 judgment in Swift v Carpenter relating to serious injury claim accommodation costs, judges heard from further witnesses.
Updated: The Financial Conduct Authority’s test case showdown, which the regulator has estimated could affected 370,000 policyholders, is expected to reach a climax on 15 January 2021 when the Supreme Court will rule on points of appeal.
On Tuesday the appeals court heard from expert witnesses testifying on the topic of additional accommodation costs in serious injury claims in appeal to Swift v Carpenter.
The Northern Irish Department of Justice has launched a consultation into possible changes to the legal framework for setting the personal injury discount rate.
The latest Empower Top 100 list includes 11 Black, Asian and minority ethnic leaders and future role models working in insurance.
The coronavirus pandemic has had a bigger impact on claims handling than other natural disasters, with the average time to contact policyholders after a claim up 55% compared to normal levels, a conference heard.
After a tough year, driven by some of the most costly claims in history, 2020 threatens to change the face of the the aviation industry as the coronavirus pandemic spreads across the globe. Post investigates the impact on aviation insurance.
With Black Lives Matter supporters and far-right activists expected to take to the streets over the weekend and Brexit tensions threatening to resurface this year, loss adjusters say the potential for claims due to civil unrest will largely depend on how…
Trade body urges the industry to continue working together post-Covid as the Ministry of Justice kicks part two of the whiplash reforms “into the longest of long grass.”
The Ministry of Justice has defended its decision to remove alternative dispute resolution from the incoming whiplash portal having received criticism from claimant lawyers over the move.
Following tragic events of the recent weeks Liberty Mutual and AIG have pledged donations to help fight the injustice for black community.
Insurers and credit-hire organisations are working together to mitigate the rising costs of credit hire caused by delays in repair and extended hire issues related to Covid-19.
Trade credit insurers operating in the UK market will receive up to £10bn of government guarantees, ministers announced today.
Exclusive: The Financial Services Compensation Scheme is working with failed insurer Gable's liquidators to understand the impact of a European Free Trade Association court judgment on recoveries, with some of the insurer's policyholders set to lose out.
Exclusive: Despite some support of recovery plans for Covid-19 leading to a resilient, net-zero and inclusive economy, the sector has been criticised for a weak response to a coalition of non-governmental organisations' calls to support green and fair…