Go Compare found accidental damage and escape of water made up more than half the most common reasons customers claim on their home policies.
In its results, the group reported a 7% increase in revenue, as well as a 12% growth in Ebitda.
This year’s British Insurance Awards achievement winner Amanda Blanc has been described as an "outstanding strategy executor," "principled," and "the best boss I ever had," by those who know her best.
Aviva was among the big winners at the British Insurance Awards 2023, on a night when its group CEO Amanda Blanc took home the Achievement Award.
Nick Jackson, partnerships director of CDL, explains how to detect quote manipulation or misrepresentation among those feeling the pinch.
Tim Bailey, UK CEO of Zurich, has been named as the new president of the Association of British Insurers, with Clare Bousfield, chief executive for retail and savings at M&G, becoming deputy president.
As inflation drives upward pressure on premiums, Chris Sawford, managing director of claims at Verisk, reveals how he plans to help insurers tackle pain points in the claims lifecycle.
With only a month to go until the Financial Conduct Authority's Consumer Duty comes into force, Laura Miller explores what steps can be taken to make sure insurers comply with the rules.
An Essex mechanic has had his £30,000 insurance claim for injury thrown out of court after he failed to mention he had previously broken his spine, pelvis, neck, and ankle while banger racing.
Editor’s View: It is approaching six months since Penny James, Direct Line Group’s CEO “stepped down” from the role, but who could be in line to take over?
The motor repair industry is facing a massive talent shortfall in qualified EV repairers if it does not start ramping up its training and recruitment.
View from the top: Direct Line Group’s Steve Williams on how EVs could change the insurance industry landscape
Steven Williams, head of EV strategy at Direct Line Group, shares his views on how the electrification of the automotive industry could change the insurance landscape and what challenges lies ahead as we move towards the government’s 2030 ban on new…
The chair of the Motor Accident Solicitors Society has backed calls from politicians for compulsory insurance to be considered as a requirement for e-bikes and e-scooters.
Russell Fisher, chief operating officer of Admiral Pioneer, revealed how Admiral Group is seeding, launching, and scaling new products and services to diversify what the insurer does in the future.
Tesla’s plan to launch a “full-stack in-house insurer” in the UK will encourage insurers to think differently about using data to enhance the customer experience, according to Axa Retail’s managing director Marco Distefano.
As the cost-of-living crisis persists, customers reduce insurance coverage, yet premiums are rising. In the inaugural segment of this three-part series, Insurance Post and PayPal collaborate to examine how insurers can retain customers during economic…
A Hampshire-based cancer charity has secured more than 133,000 signatures calling for more affordable travel insurance and has taken the battle to the Association of British Insurers and Financial Conduct Authority.
Data Analysis: Data shows the parts of the insurance industry where women are most likely to be earning less than their male counterparts plus what action is actually closing the gender pay gap.
Henry Engelhardt, founder and former chief executive of Admiral Group, reveals what it takes to be a great insurance leader and shares his vision for the future of motor insurance.
Allianz has named Serge Raffard as its new personal managing director, following the recent news that Steve Treloar has decided to leave to pursue new opportunities.
Ahead of Insurance Post's Motor and Mobility Conference 2023, Michael Golding, LV's general insurance network manager, explores the challenges with electric vehicle repairs.
With less than a week to go until Insurance Post's Motor & Mobility Conference, Sam Barrett examines the bumps in the road that motor insurers face and considers whether providers will see a smoother journey ahead.
A Barnsley motorist’s fraudulent claim for £15,000 has been thrown out after a Facebook photo proved he knew the “independent” witness to his accident.
Trade Voice: ABI’s Mervyn Skeet on why higher insurance bills may not be the hardest price rises to stomach
Mervyn Skeet, director of general insurance policy at the Association of British Insurers, argues that increasing home and motor insurance premiums need to be seen in a wider context of rising prices.