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Exclusive: The Insurance Fraud Bureau has issued a cautious welcome to a 20% fall in insurance fraud cases last year.
Personal injury claims management companies earned £2.8bn over the last 10 years, a government report has revealed.
Aviva, Allianz and Zurich are among the firms leading the way in terms of the shortlist for the Insurance Fraud Awards 2017.
Lobbying is a long game, writes Steve White, chief executive of the British Insurance Brokers’ Association, explaining why his trade body is cultivating its connections with both the government and the shadow cabinet.
Could you and your providers be trusted to come up with an innovative solution to save your customer's life, asks Chris Knight, head of corporate services, CEGA Group.
Where news is dominated by the concept of data enrichment and there is talk of a ‘technical revolution’ we find ourselves in the middle of a steadfast digital age.
Thomas Cook has successfully defended against a fraudulent holiday illness claim seeking damages of up to £10,000.
Digital claims payment company Optal is in talks with major UK insurers.
A rogue Aviva employee has been slapped with a two year suspended sentence after selling customer claims data for a total of £4500.
The insurance sector thwarted 2,400 fraudulent insurance claims valued at £25m every week in 2016, according to figures from the Association of British Insurers.
As Her Majesty the Queen delivered her all-important speech to open parliament, insurers had a lot to think about.
RSA has signed up to a pet claims database in order to better tackle fraud.
Claims management companies will see fees capped and the sector regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, under plans to tackle “widespread malpractice”.
The Motor Report is out - but what do the experts think of the findings?
Some are sounding the death knell of the personal injury reforms but Rob Townend, claims director at Aviva Insurance, explains why insurers must be alive to an increasingly aggressive claims management company industry.
UK General is developing a personal cyber policy to cover against cyber bullying and social media hacking.
A no-win-no-fee law firm has unveiled a £1m rebrand and a move away from the “aggressive” advertising associated with the sector.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority is investigating 15 reports of misconduct against solicitor firms involved in holiday sickness claims.
Claimant lawyers need to report dodgy peers to the Solicitors Regulation Authority, urges Andrew Twambley, spokesperson for Access to Justice, arguing current legislation is enough to tackle fraud.
With technology reshaping the insurance industry, incumbents need to disrupt the very business models they helped create in order to meet fast-changing customer expectations, writes Maurice Tulloch, CEO, international insurance, Aviva.
With another General Election looming, the insurance industry will likely be holding its breath on what the incoming government will make of the insurance premium tax, the Ogden rate and whiplash reform.
An Ageas employee has been jailed for three years and four months for defrauding his employer out of £271,489 in order to finance his gambling habit.