Emma Fuller, partner and head of motor and casualty market strategy for DAC Beachcroft, shares her passion for shoes, love of dancing and desire to see the world.
James Goodlet, building surveyor at Brawdia, is in Auckland to assist with the ongoing response to February’s cyclone damage and tries to explore all different manners of local cuisine and eateries.
Allianz chief claims officer Graham Gibson, pictured, won the prestigious Achievement Award at the Insurance Post Claims and Fraud Awards yesterday evening (5 October) at The Brewery.
The Financial Conduct Authority is “monitoring” motor insurance prices amid skyrocketing premiums.
Tom Luckham unpicks the Ministry of Justice’s proposals to change medical reporting requirements for road traffic accidents and examines the impact it could have on motor insurance claims.
Mark Allen, assistant director and head of fraud and financial crime at the Association of British Insurers, argues the industry needs to come together and implement a multi-faceted whole system approach to fraud.
John Lewis has "temporarily paused offering new policies and renewals on fully electric vehicles", citing repair cost concerns.
Paul Anderson, operations director for restoration and reinstatement at Belfor UK, is hiring, reviews a surge and burst pipe event plus aims to shorten the claims process by managing the entire restoration and reinstatement process.
A court has granted a confiscation order against a man who was jailed in 2021 following 62 fraudulent insurance claims, ordering him to pay £210,000.
The government’s decision to relax the rules for construction workers to enter the UK from abroad, should increase the pool of skilled workers available for property repairs, said Verisk’s head of property Ben Blain, following the release of Verisk’s…
Rachael Murphy, senior associate at Browne Jacobson, considers the type of claims insurers can expect from issues with reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete.
Following a call to insurers from the Financial Conduct Authority to ensure fair value, industry commentators have said that fair value is “simply expected”.
Kim Alcock, head of UK casualty at McLarens, shares how she has gone from being told the role of claims inspector was "not open to women" to leading one of the most gender diverse adjusting teams in the market.
Collaboration is the key to improving climate resilience, according to a panel of experts at the Chartered Insurance Institute’s Shaping the Future of Insurance conference.
With customer expectations increasing, and speed of settlement becoming more and more of a priority, the Chartered Insurance Institute’s Matthew Connell and Altus’s Patrick Hayward believe some parametric elements could become part of the basic make-up…
The Financial Conduct Authority has written to insurers warning that more action is required in order to guarantee good customer outcomes.
In a report published today, the Justice Committee has urged the Ministry of Justice to investigate the case backlog within the Official Injury Claim portal.
Izik Lavy, CEO and co-founder of GeoX, discusses how insurers are using AI and aerial imagery to battle the extreme weather ushered in by the climate crisis.
The latest figures from the Association of British Insurers reveal that £782m was paid out in home insurance claims in the second quarter of 2023.
Zurich has waived the insurance settlement for a rare £30,000 Wally Bird sculpture, which was stolen nearly two decades ago and has been now been recovered and returned to the London borough where it was crafted in 1894.
Quarterly data from the Financial Ombudsman Service shows that complaints relating to motor and buildings insurance have reached their highest level in five years
Data from Smart Money People has revealed that travel insurance is set to grow by 15% over the next year, the highest growth projection of the top ten insurance policies.
The Ministry of Justice’s consultation into establishing a dual/multiple PI discount rate closed yesterday, with the final decision to be made in July 2024.
Former Covéa Insurance boss Adrian Furness has been appointed as managing director of Motor Repair Network.