Fiona Greening, partner at HF Solicitors for counter fraud, shares a fairy tale proposal at Walt Disney World and a love of Oasis.
Frozen pipes are a recurring theme for Lisa McNab, an investigator in Sedgwick’s major loss team, but she can relax by watching the new Luther movie and catching up on Love Island.
Direct Line Group has reported an operating loss of £78.1m for the first six months of 2023, compared with a profit of £197m for the same period in 2022.
Dan Saulter, CEO of Davies Group, reflects on the last decade, shares the case for generative AI in his business and reveals growth plans for the years ahead.
As more manufacturers become involved with recycling and sustainable production, Brian Rainbow, UK property and package segment leader at CNA Hardy, considers the implications of the circular economy for the insurance industry.
The Association of British Insurers has revealed that motor insurance payouts rose by 29% in Q2, up to £2.5bn, outpacing premiums.
Marc Sweeney, president of the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters and director at Davies, says the professional body has a critical role to play in helping its members navigate challenges.
A construction material that has sparked widespread concern about the safety of school buildings could present insurance coverage challenges, were its use to give rise to claims.
Two fraudsters have been found to be fundamentally dishonest and ordered to pay £30k in legal fees following an attempt to fraudulently seek damages against Zurich.
Insurers need to stop advertising themselves as being a panacea and be honest with customers if the industry is to be trusted, according to James Daley, managing director of Fairer Finance.
The City of London Police’s Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department has said ‘crash for cash’ scammers are evolving their tactics after reported cases of opportunistic fraud soars by 61%.
Bill Brower, vice president of industry relations at Solera, explains why touchless claims could prevent the collateral damage caused by a claim failing to be quickly attended to.
Claire Laver, partner and head of counter fraud at DAC Beachcroft, may want to be Mary Poppins, but given her skills as an elephant keeper can we suggest she consider Dr Dolittle?
The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers has issued judicial review proceedings against the Ministry of Justice regarding imminent personal injury claim reforms.
The Association of British Insurers has revealed the value of the average fraudulent claim in 2022 rose 20% to £15,000.
Analysis: As UK summertime temperatures continue to soar, Aamina Zafar examines how insurers are striving to minimise the damaging impact heatwaves have on property and homeowners.
Editor’s View: Emma Ann Hughes argues treating travel insurance customers fairly doesn’t mean treating them like an idiot only capable of ticking a box.
An increase in caravan thefts has led to the average insurance premium for a caravan increasing by 34% since 2021, according to Go Compare.
Gary Brown, CEO of McLarens, speaks to Insurance Post about the loss adjuster's growth, global claims trends and preparing for catastrophic events.
Daniel Easton, committee member at the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, on why now is the time to make sure asbestos-exposed lung cancer sufferers get their rightful compensation.
The administrators of Greensill Bank are suing Zurich, alleging the insurer wrongfully refused to pay claims under a trade credit insurance policy.
The average price of motor insurance has been pushed higher by the rising cost of vehicle repairs, according to ABI analysis.
Editor’s View: Scott McGee considers how lessons can be learned from how Hiscox, which bore the brunt of the initial reputational hit from Covid-related business interruptions claims, has moved on.
Jeff WInn, founder and executive chairman of Winn Group, describes the origins of the firm, how it managed to increase turnover by 139% in 2022, and how artificial intelligence could play a significant role in its future.