Mass’s Sue Brown on why the whiplash tariff should be reviewed annually

Trade Voice: Sue Brown, chair of the Motor Accident Solicitors Society, says annual reviews need to be introduced at the earliest opportunity to address the perhaps irreparable damage done by the 2018 reforms.

Motorists have had a raw deal in the last three years. 

Their motor premiums have shot up – by 40% in the last year alone according to Confused.com – but if they are unfortunate enough to be involved

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Q&A: Marc Lewis, Ecclesiastical

Marc Lewis, underwriting director for the UK for Ecclesiastical, reveals how the insurer is embracing artificial intelligence plus its plans to grow the casualty business.

Building Back Better at Chelsea Flower Show

Flood Re’s Build Back Better scheme is being used to not only fund internal flood resilience changes but also adaptations to outside space and gardens in the quest to stop and reduce flood waters entering properties, explains Stephen Linklater, claims director of Ageas.

Big Interview: Geoff Carter, Sabre

Geoff Carter, CEO of Sabre Insurance, sits down with Tom Luckham to discuss Sabre’s 2023 results, why there’s no such thing as an uninsurable car, and how the insurer plans to do even better in 2024.

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