Claims

Two go at Hiscox.

A damage limitation exercise was activated this week by a Lloyd's syndicate following the revelation...

Apprentices honoured.

The first graduates of the Insurance Modern Apprenticeships were honoured at a special ceremony last...

Right firm, wrong logo.

We would like to apologise to Imbach RAG, sponsors of the Loss Adjuster of the Year in the 1998 Brit...

Up and running.

No healthcare insurer or employee benefits provider needs reminding that long periods of absence from work mean big cash payouts. But what is the industry doing to limit these costs and get people back to work? Simon Threadgold looks at the options.

Appointment at Hiscox.

Nick Ward is the new line underwriter of Hiscox Syndicate 33's professional indemnity and directors ...

Will conditional fees pay off?

Last week the Lord Chancellor outlined in the House of Lords his plans to phase out legal aid and replace it with a no win, no fee system. Richard Evans looks at the implications for insurers in the legal marketplace.

Reviving vital pound signs.

Insurers could end up the unseen casualties in emergency rooms around the country if the government succeeds in making them pay the NHS costs of road crash victims. Alan Probert reports.

Simplicity' is the key.

The London market is gearing up to increase its competitiveness and efficiency through a new informa...

Q&A: Richard Ward, Cunningham Lindsey

Former CEO of Lloyd’s, Richard Ward joined Cunningham Lindsey as executive chairman in June 2014. He talks about and the challenges faced by loss adjusters during a difficult and uncertain landscape.

Contingency cover and royal deaths

The insurance market is reluctant to discuss contingency cover in the event of a royal death, although the national mourning will entail event cancellations on a majestic scale.

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