Snap, tackle and op.

Liability law has extended its net to catch more and more sports. Jonathan Swift goes fishing for the facts.

Commercial business heats up.

Corporate court cases are on the increase throughout the UK. This is opening up fresh opportunities for commercial legal expenses insurers, who are showing innovation in a busy market, as Kevin Pratt explains.

Tig seeks a buyer.

Tig Holdings, parent company of Tig Re, could be sold following unexpected losses as a result of rei...

Full marks for presentation, but what about the content?

Government, according to the Oxford Dictionary, is 'the system or method of governing'. But Mark Boleat, director general of the Association of British Insurers, asks if New Labour is more interested in how it looks than what it does.

Born in the USA.

A fact-finding trip to America resulted in AIG revolutionising the field of employer's liability claims. Jonathan Swift talks to the award-winning team which rehabilitates, not procrastinates.

Heard the one about the deaf traffic cop?

Think of an occupational injury, and total or partial deafness does not always spring to mind. Yet as Ken Cannar reports, legislation in the past decade has seen the number of cases rising.

Mortgage rate cuts.

Wesleyan Home Loans has reduced the interest on its variable rate mortgage from 8.59% to 8.10% (8.5%...

Experian signs deal.

Experian will host databases of insurance claims information for the whole industry, following the s...

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