The Motor Insurer's Bureau might have outlined how it expects the proposed litigant in person portal to work. But Marcus Taylor, director of claims at Minster Law, argues that while this might be fine for 'sunny day' scenarios, there was much detail…
This month’s issue looked at reputational issues the sector is facing and what needs to be done to improve the industry's reputation going forward.
The newly appointed CEO of the Motor Insurers’ Bureau discusses modernisation, Brexit, whiplash portals, and Lewis v Tindale with Martin Croucher
Credit hire firms have raised concerns over the latest developments of the forthcoming whiplash portal.
Our neighbours in France may have hit their highest ever recorded temperature this week as the heatwave that struck Europe saw schools closed, but Post revealed motorists holidaying there will not be able to claim compensation if they are struck by an…
Exclusive: Motorists driving in France will not be able to claim compensation if they are struck by an uninsured or untraced vehicle after Brexit.
The Motor Accident Solicitors Society has raised concerns over the development process of the new Litigant in Person Portal.
Diversity and inclusion have moved from buzzwords to being embraced by the insurance industry for all the right reasons but is it doing enough?
Exclusive: Motor insurance policyholders could see their premiums increase as a result of a six year landmark case against Motor Insurers’ Bureau.
Terrorism has been a constant threat in the UK for more than half a century and has proved hard for security forces to keep up with, so it is hardly surprising that the insurance market too has found itself trying to repair gaps in cover as they emerge
The Civil Liability Act was passed in December, changing the way whiplash claims are calculated. As part of the bill, the government also agreed to reform the discount rate, which is currently under review. James Heath, President at Forum of Insurance…
Exclusive: Tesla’s plan to launch its own insurance for customers within a month has raised questions over how it will affect its current affinity deals with insurers.
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.