Fresh estimates from PWC calculate the costs of damage due to the severe weather caused by storm Babet to be between £450m and £650m.
As winter approaches, another surge in burst pipe claims may be likely, with research showing a 75% increase in such claims in 2022.
Direct Line Group has appointed former Covéa personal lines managing director James Gearey as director of claims services.
Analysis by Ernst & Young has revealed that home insurance suffered its worst year on record in 2022, and fortunes aren’t about to change.
Data analysis: Admiral, Direct Line Group, Aviva, Axa and RSA were the most complained about general insurers in the first half of 2023, according to the latest Financial Ombudsman Service data.
A familiar face, and a packed onboarding diary introducing new colleagues, help James Rawstron, director of underwriting at Inshur, to get to grips with his new employer.
It's close to Halloween, so Insurance Post editor Emma Ann Hughes is looking for some evil things lurking in the dark that are ready to scare general insurers.
Jason Storah, CEO UK & Ireland general insurance at Aviva, argues that stronger planning rules are required to guard against future floods.
Cover against damage from cyber attacks against SMEs has been branded as “woefully underserved” at an Aviva event.
Liz Tytler, head of claims at Movo Partnership, is the reason you have cow signs with horns and udders, plus she is a Dancing Queen - so long as she has had a drink.
EE is branching out of its smartphone and broadband contract roots by now offering insurance.
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The industry has called for legislation and clarity on self-driving vehicle liability in the upcoming King's Speech in order to be able to step up and provide cover.
Jonathan Frankham, General Manager, UK & Europe at World Nomads, reveals how travel insurance has changed post pandemic and whether further evolution is required due to climate change.
Data usage in pet insurance has “lagged behind” home and motor, according to Crif UK, and if the sector isn’t able to get a grasp of it soon, the writing could be on the wall.
The Financial Conduct Authority is going to come knocking on pet insurer’s doors in the next 12 months, Catherine Carey, head of consumer strategy at Consumer Intelligence, has warned.