Two years on from Russia invading Ukraine, David Worsfold examines the ongoing impact of the war on global insurance markets.
John Bissell, executive director of Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters, reveals plans to update the sector’s qualifications and ensure his members shape insurer’s practices, products and government policy.
Allianz, along with DWF, has successfully seen two court cases for noise-induced hearing loss dismissed by judges, following the claimants being found to have been fundamentally dishonest.
The Supreme Court has ruled that insurers are liable to pay for loss of rental income when credit hire vehicles are taken off the road by traffic accidents.
James Nicholson, chief claims officer of Zurich UK, shares how the provider plans to do more retail and mid-market business and how it uses artificial intelligence to handle claims.
Martin Parker, head of construction underwriting for the UK at specialist insurer Markel, highlights the increasing risk to the many contractors not exposed to the height of the asbestos crisis in the 1970s and 1980s.
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More than 300 small businesses that had claims declined by Canopius did in fact have cover for Covid-19 closures, a judge has ruled following arbitration.
Analysis of more than 3000 escape of water claims by McLarens found that “trace and access” cover was required in more than half of all claims (51%).
The countdown has started for you to get entries in for the inaugural 2024 British Insurance Technology Awards (BITAs).
The Ministry of Justice has opened a call for evidence into the Whiplash tariff, first introduced in 2021, as part of a statutory review.
View from the Top: Helen Bryant, managing director for digital and legal protection at Allianz Commercial, outlines the key considerations for SMEs as regards underinsurance and indemnity periods.
The Chartered Insurance Institute’s New Generation Programme Claims group has today published a report calling on the industry to heighten understanding of second-hand trauma.
With winter sports season in full swing, Aamina Zafar examines how the case against the A-list Hollywood actress highlighted the need for appropriate cover and training for claims handlers receiving calls from those who may have forgotten slope etiquette…
Zurich has accused Greensill, its founder, and companies connected to it of operating a “fraudulent scheme” in its defence in a lawsuit brought by the administrators of Greensill Bank.
Trade Voice: Sue Brown, chair of the Motor Accident Solicitors Society, argues joined up thinking is needed around digitalisation efforts in the UK civil justice sector.
A shortage of rental accommodation has resulted in providers talking to pod providers about rehoming policyholders in these structures while their homes are repaired, Insurance Post can reveal.
Mark McDonald, personal lines insurance director of Altus Consulting, tries to persuade a five-year-old to wear a coat, uses his commute to catch-up on podcasts and prepares to launch a broader claims consulting proposition.
A voluntary code of conduct for the use of artificial intelligence in the claims industry has been launched, boasting support from Questgates, Covea and Ecclesiastical.
Amid ongoing litigation over Covid-related business interruption claims, Allianz has insisted that its approach has put customers first and has been guided by a desire to obtain legal clarity on policy wordings.