With an early general election on the cards, the industry has raised concerns over the planned implementation of whiplash reforms in April.
Fraudsters have been convicted for falsely claiming a total of £775,000 from the Grenfell Tower victims’ fund.
"Outlier" credit hire companies have left insurers increasingly dealing with claims in excess of £100,000, lawyers have cautioned.
Exclusive: A majority of children injured in road traffic accidents could lose access to compensation due to a flaw in the Civil Liability Act, a consumer support body has warned.
Insurance fraudster Pascal Blasio has been found guilty of causing an explosion at his shop that injured 81 people and damaged or destroyed 63 buildings.
The withdrawal deal between the UK and EU does not provide certainty for the insurance industry, the British Insurance Brokers’ Association has warned.
Whiplash reforms should be delayed as rushing through a "minimum viable product" will create unacceptable challenges for claimants, lawyers have warned the government.
Blockchain company B3I, which boasts a plethora of big-name shareholders among its backers, will focus on building its product rather than chasing more funding in the immediate future, B3I CEO John Carolin told Post at a launch event.
Insurers have welcomed the government’s commitment to improving building safety standards.
UK motorists are unaware of the legal requirements to drive in the European Union if we leave Europe without a deal, warn insurers and brokers.
CFC Underwriting made its first acquisition in its 20 year history yesterday when it bought Solis Security, but the purchase will not mark a change in its acquisitive appetite, CFC chief innovation officer Graeme Newman told Post.
A High Court judge has ruled that insurers do not need to cover the cost of an alleged pirate attack on an oil tanker because the ship’s owner was responsible for the incident.
In this month’s issue Post published the annual top 100 Insurers, a list of the UK's biggest insurers ranked by non-life gross premium written in 2018, in association with AM Best.
Three quarters of brokers do not believe that the Insurance Distribution Directive has helped drive trust in the industry, a survey has revealed.