Mark Watts, high-net-worth adjuster at Criterion Loss Adjusters, watches the weather, analyses forensic reports, and hits the road to assess major fire damage.
With entries closing at 5:00pm today, time is ticking for you to get your entry in for the 2023 British Insurance Awards.
Duncan Tessier, director of economic crime at the Home Office, has warned the insurance industry that it cannot tackle the “staggering growth” in fraud without public-private partnerships.
The High Court has ruled that damage to buildings at the University of Exeter caused by the detonation of a Second World War bomb in 2021 was not covered by insurance.
Following its success in winning the highly coveted Commercial Lines Insurer of the Year award at the The British Insurance Awards 2022, content director Jonathan Swift caught up with Nick Hobbs, chief distribution and regions officer at Allianz…
Minster Law CEO Shirley Woolham said following a complex year that saw industry come out of a pandemic and continue to deal with the aftermath of whiplash reforms, the personal injury motor market is transforming into a different landscape.
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt pledged a further £200m to help tackle the pothole problem in Wednesday's budget, but breakdown insurers are sceptical over its effectiveness.
Harwood has been found liable for losses, damages and costs incurred by Aviva after recruiting a solicitor with a criminal record.
Blog: Nigel Cannings – founder of Intelligent Voice – discusses the role of machine learning and voice recognition in preventing fraud.
The industry has learnt to communicate more clearly what is and isn’t covered by insurance policies, according to the Association of British Insurers, Allianz and Genasys.
Join our free webinar on 15 March discussing how to manage personal lines customer expectations in the face of economic challenges and the great cancellation
Navigating the cost-of-living crisis: watch our free webinar on-demand discussing how to manage personal lines customer expectations, and adapt to the changing landscape of the insurance market in 2023.
With a closing date of 17 March, you will need to start preparing your 2023 British Insurance Awards entries sooner rather than later to make the cut; and be in with a chance of winning at the industry’s most prestigious insurance awards show.
Pizza Express and its insurers have clashed in court over the wider market applicability of a preliminary hearing to determine whether the restaurant chain is able to claim £250,000 or as much as £178m for its Covid business interruption losses.
Trade Voice: Apil’s Kim Harrison on why the time bar on childhood sexual abuse claims needs to be lifted
Kim Harrison, executive committee member at the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, argues that an independent inquiry’s findings makes it clear the limitation period on childhood sexual abuse claims should be abolished.
Justice minister Lord Bellamy has refused to commit to regularly updating new or existing fixed recoverable costs (FRCs) for inflation, but confirmed an extension to FRC will be going ahead in October.
Kennedy’s partner Alex Nurse expects climate litigation to be on the rise as Shell is facing a legal battle filed by shareholders for its failure to adopt and implement an energy transition that aligns with the Paris Agreement.
Stepping up to the hotseat at the beginning of the pandemic might have initially phased him, but Crawford group CEO Rohit Verma tells Jonathan Swift how embracing technology, local empowerment, and being alive to the ‘silver tsunami’ has seen him make…
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau has appointed Andrew Wilkinson as chief claims officer.
Three years on from the onset of the pandemic and more than two years on from the resolution of the Financial Conduct Authority’s initial test case, many small businesses remain embroiled in disputes with insurers over Covid business interruption claims.
Perils estimates that the final loss for the European windstorm series, which affected the UK and continental Europe from 16 to 21 February 2022, comes to €3.8bn.
Jonathan Drake, partner at Forum of Insurance Lawyers member firm DWF, and Nicola Critchley, DWF partner and Foil president, warn there is ample scope for firms to run foul of the FCA’s requirements for claims handling under the Consumer Duty.
Nicola Critchley, partner at DWF, and president of Foil since November 2022, catches up with Insurance Post to discuss what she hopes to achieve during her time as president, what is on the agenda for 2023, and how the body will support member firms and…
Following recent feedback that the portal is not operating correctly, Martin Saunders, head of service for Official Injury Claim addresses some of the more recent media inaccuracies and sheds light on why the portal is a successful route to justice for…
Matt Brewis, director of insurance at the FCA, has said that while most general insurers are on track to meet the regulator’s Consumer Duty requirements, there is still “room for improvement”.