Personal injury lawyers are urging all insurers to continue paying claims for mesothelioma on a traditional basis until the issue over policy triggers is ultimately resolved — which could take another year.
The coalition government has pledged to end the culture of health and safety 'tick-box' regulation for UK businesses. Phil Wright assesses the impact on the engineering inspection sector and the role the insurance industry has to play in helping…
Axa's UK general insurance business has been split up in a move that represents the start of a new phase of profitable growth, according to Steve Hardy, its newly appointed personal lines chief executive.
The founder of Primary-backed over-50s broker Castle Cover has admitted it would be hard to resist a Swiftcover-style "tomorrow's price today" offer, but that its focus for now is on remaining independent.
After nearly of year of deliberation, the Court of Appeal has delivered its verdict in the EL trigger litigation. Brian Goodwin dissects a complex ruling that seems to deliver only uncertainty for all parties.
In the past, cutbacks and technology take-up have threatened to render underwriters the forgotten child of the insurance industry. Rachel Gordon reports on a welcome shift in attitude and determination to raise the profile of these specialist…
In the latest of the new series for Post, web performance monitoring specialist Gomez turns its focus on Aviva's website, to assess how the insurer performs in a number of key areas and how it compares to some of its rivals.