Entrepreneurial players in the claims market have benefited from maximising the incentives of motor injury claims in recent years, but the trend towards commoditisation of claims handling does have its place, writes Alistair Kinley.
The profile and productivity of counter-fraud solutions continues to rise but how has the life of insurance fraud investigators changed and what challenges prevail? Ana Paula Nacif reports.
Council outlines concerns over lack of detail in new system
Solicitors body says reforms are “a sensible way forward”.
Michael Wills MP lays out plans.
Legal body said rules need to be tested.
However, GI head Nick Starling call on its remit to be extended.
Comparison Consortium loses two key members; Legal and General to re-enter motor market; Aviva’s John Kitson will never return to financial services; Clampdown on IPT proves costly for some insurers; Apil withdraws from mediation of fixed costs
Body ends fast track discussions with Civil Justice Council and Lord Justice Jackson.
Insurer forms strategic alliance with FirstAssist and Drum Cussac
AA director says there is an unnecessary rise in personal injury claims
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Following the Court of Appeal judgment in the tragic case of <BODY><p>Bourne Leisure v Marsden</p></BODY>, David Scott considers similar cases that have served to define the scope of a defendant's standard of care, particularly in relation to leisure…
Foil chairman Anthony Hughes told Post an effective deterent is needed to curb exaggerated claims