Frustration grows in the industry at the lack of movement in e-scooter regulation, with predictions there will be no update until after a general election.
More modular homes, climate change plus increased sales of high performance cars will lead to "unprecedented, dynamic growth in the non-standard market," according to a report from Prestige Underwriting.
The 2022 financial accounts for Animal Friends have revealed that the company paid out nearly £12m in “voluntary remediation payments” in 2022 – almost three quarters of the original £16m of profit it made that year.
More than 117,000 drivers were found guilty in court for insurance-related offences in 2022, with a third convicted for keeping a vehicle without insurance.
QBE Insurance, along with Keoghs, have successfully pursued 20 counts of contempt against a claimant who falsely claimed damages of £600,000 following a workplace accident.
Brown & Brown has appointed Callan as managing director of its Retail Division. Callan previously served as Commercial Lines Director at Covéa before leaving in July.
Both home and motor insurers are continuing to feel the effects of the rising costs of labour and materials, according to reports from Verisk and the Association of British Insurers.
The King’s Speech announced the government's intention to, in this parliament, introduce long-awaited legislation covering the use of self-driving vehicles on the UK’s roads.
Direct Line’s Q3 trading update has revealed it has doubled its Motor gross written premiums, a welcome improvement amid a turbulent year for the insurer.
Speaking at an Association of British Insurers event, a panel of experts agreed that while a dual discount rate could lead to better accuracy, it could prove to be very complicated to work with.
A recent Allianz personal injury case has revealed a claimant to be fundamentally dishonest, finding that they had misled the insurer regarding their accident.
As winter approaches, another surge in burst pipe claims may be likely, with research showing a 75% increase in such claims in 2022.
Analysis by Ernst & Young has revealed that home insurance suffered its worst year on record in 2022, and fortunes aren’t about to change.
Cover against damage from cyber attacks against SMEs has been branded as “woefully underserved” at an Aviva event.
The industry has called for legislation and clarity on self-driving vehicle liability in the upcoming King's Speech in order to be able to step up and provide cover.