Zurich and Scor face an $18m (£13.7m) legal claim from consumer credit reporting company Experian, relating to a layer of excess of loss cover underwritten by the two insurers that was in place between 2015 and 2016.
Blog: The flattening of rush hour – are replacement vehicle services adapting to the changing patterns of road usage post Covid-19?
With the advent of the Covid-19 lockdown, commuters worked from home and schools were closed, traffic numbers fell to levels not seen in decades and the traditional rush hours disappeared. James Roberts, insurance business development director at…
Almost seven years after he took over as group CEO, Stephen Hester looks like he is finally closing in on a sale for RSA. The big question, as Post content director Jonathan Swift asks, is why has it taken so long?
Aviva has been accused of telling alleged “untruths” about a medico-legal expert in a bid to drive down claims pay outs, documents supplied to the High Court show.
Fully Comp episode 6: How can the insurance industry better support vulnerable customers to tackle mental health inclusivity?
Welcome to episode six of Fully Comp, Insurance Post’s new video series tackling some of the biggest issues in insurance.
The mass migration to working from home may well result in a wave of claims for back pain, mental health, stress, and repetitive strain injuries, warns BLM head of casualty Simon Jones.
Aviva, Canopius and Tesco Underwriting discussed whether social distancing has killed off traditional insurance contact centres
What does the future hold for traditional insurance contact centres?
As the search for lesser-spotted clarity continues, simple confirmation from the regulator on which business interruption wordings are being contested, and by who, is a welcome aid.
A flood insurance review led by Aviva CEO Amanda Blanc has found that a significant proportion of households eligible for Flood Re supported policies are not offered flood cover.
Many SME insurers are looking to the future and considering how they can best support their customers in the ongoing pandemic environment and beyond. Sara Costantini managing director at Crif Decision Solutions, looks at why insurers need to re-engage…
Reputational damage from Covid-19 can be expected across all lines of insurance, but initiatives introduced by motor insurers at the beginning of the year could soften the blow, an Association of British Insurers representative has suggested.
Video: Driving change in insurance and rebuilding trust in the market - both during and after the pandemic
Pre- or post Covid, insurance has been on the cusp of major change for a number of years.
Like all industries, insurance has been impacted profoundly by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Insurers have been accused of “banking government money to reduce their loss by increasing the policyholder loss” as they faced criticism for deducting furlough payments from the value of business interruption claims.
A Financial Conduct Authority letter to claims management company CEOs could foreshadow hefty enforcement action, industry sources told Post.
Reclaimed parts offer a host of benefits including offering consumer choice, lowering costs and protecting the environment. Neil Joslin, chief operating officer at e2e Total Loss Vehicle Management, looks at the three parties key to the successful…
Some businesses with policies that employ a Marsh wording can expect interim payments “imminently” following RSA’s decision not to appeal a High Court judgment, which found it provided cover for disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Brendan Cox, who co-founded Survivors Against Terror following the murder of his wife Jo Cox MP in 2016, recently appeared at the International Forum of Terrorism Risk Insurance Pools conference to discuss the systems through which victims of terror are…
It is the year 2030 and the last decade has seen the insurance eco-system evolve as quickly in 10 years as it had previously done in the last century.
With an April 2021 launch date still on the table for the small claims portal, the government has been urged to do it right rather than “rushing” it.
Third party liability claims arising from August’s Stonehaven train crash in Scotland will fall to either Travelers or QBE, broker letters reveal.
As the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters looks set to change its charter and by-laws to be more inclusive, its president Shaun Kelly talks to Jonathan Swift about why the value proposition of the loss adjuster and ethics are so important to him
Minster Law has reported a £1.1m profit for 2019 as it launches a digital claims portal to 75% of its customers.
Welcome to the fifth episode of Fully Comp, Insurance Post’s new regular video series tackling some of the biggest issues in insurance.