The government has launched a consultation on a revised medical reporting process for road traffic accident claims.
What’s fueling motor insurance today? Michele Bacchus talks to the industry and gives the low-down on what’s heading down the highway towards insurers in both the fast and slow lanes
With the outcome of Brexit still unclear and a possible European Union exit on 29 March looming, some insurer bosses have cautioned that we could see rising claims inflation this year.
Motorists who have failed to obtain a green card prior to driving in Europe will be able to collect one from a port.
This week, the sunshine we were blessed with last week was replaced by a more winter-appropriate grey sky and rain.
In the event of a no-deal Brexit, motorists will have to carry green cards in the EU. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg
A six year landmark case that would have 'driven a coach and horses' through UK law has been thrown out by the Supreme Court.
Diversity topped the agenda this week with Post exclusively revealing that the Association of British Insurers is backing an ethnicity pay gap reporting proposal.
Exclusive: The Motor Insurers' Bureau has placed a number of jobs under review amid a wide-ranging restructure of the organisation.
2019 is sure to be mostly about Brexit but, as Sam Barrett explains, there will be other challenges and opportunities for insurers as well
The Motor Insurers' Bureau hopes to secure £400m worth of reinsurance cover with an excess layer of £100m, ahead of the demutualisation of terrorism risks for third party motor on the 1 January 2019.
An automated data analysis scheme operated by the Motor Insurers’ Bureau and the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency is issuing warnings to up to 3000 uninsured drivers every day.
Insurers have warned of an extra layer of bureaucracy for drivers in the form of ‘green card’ permissions to drive in Europe, if a no deal Brexit occurs.
Closing the gap between the commercial and personal lines insurance sectors in the battle against fraud is a growing priority. Sara Costantini, director at Crif Decision Solutions, looks at what can be done now and where might the future priorities lie.
UK motor insurers have voted that the Motor Insurers' Bureau is to handle and pay the claims from victims involved in a terrorist event where a vehicle is used as part of a terror attack.
Drivers and truckers may not need to apply for a ‘green card’ in order to remain insured while driving in the European Union after Brexit.
Nick Marson, founder of Parallel Mind, talks to commentators from across the insurance market to garner their views of how the insurance market can respond with one collective voice to meet the challenge of restoring public trust
By far the biggest purchase I ever made was when I bought my house.
Ashton West OBE is to retire as CEO and executive director of the Motor Insurers’ Bureau, being replaced by former QBE group chief claims officer Dominic Clayden.
Exclusive: The government has accepted an offer in principle from the insurance industry to fund a new IT gateway to allow litigants in person access to the claims portal.
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau could act as a platform for car manufacturers to share with insurers accident data generated by autonomous vehicles, a conference heard.
Motorists are being bombarded with calls from scam artists pretending to be the Motor Insurers' Bureau.
Exclusive: The chair of the Justice Select Committee earns £15,000 a year from a law practice with a significant personal injury insurance practice.
British drivers who have a car accident in the European Union can currently seek redress through UK courts but Brexit could change that. Mark Hemsted, partner at Clyde & Co, lists the points to keep an eye on.