The insurance industry is currently battling with a multitude of uncertainties: Brexit, Ogden, and the impact of technology. Mike Brown, senior partner, and Alistair Kinley, director of policy and government affairs, BLM, spoke to Post about how those…
In the two years since Post last conducted its loss adjusting survey, consolidation has changed the market considerably. Content director Jonathan Swift takes a closer look.
The government has published a call for evidence on measures that could help curb the number of personal injury claims arising from package holidays.
Car insurance prices have fallen by an average of 1.1% in the third quarter of 2017, the largest reduction in more than three years, however the effects will be short-lived, analysts said.
With technology rapidly changing what cars look like, Paul Heybourne, head of innovation operations for Aviva, maps the motoring landscape of the future.
The Justice Select Committee has confirmed it intends to reinstate its inquiry into the government’s whiplash reforms.
Two men have been sentenced for fraud after making “grossly exaggerated” injury claims worth over £80,000.
Exclusive: Motor managing general agent Hawkwell could close its doors at the end of March as a result of lost capacity from the Ogden rate changes.
What does a Greek merchant in 300BC delivering corn on a cargo ship have in common with nearly one-tenth of today’s UK population? The answer is insurance fraud. Michèle Bacchus takes a closer look.
There has been a long history of conflict between insurers and claimant lawyers. Shirley Woolham, chief operating officer at Minster Law, urges mutual understanding and cooperation.
Ogden reform could see fewer shocks from discount rate changes in future, AM Best said.
The insurance industry is not doing enough to protect clients from underinsurance in liability claims as a result of the Ogden discount rate changes, the sector has been warned.
Aviva stands to make a one off gain of between £100m and £200m as a result of any future discount rate revision to 0-1%.
Insurers took to Twitter to express their satisfaction with the new mode of calculation for the discount rate, which the government unveiled today.
Follow reactions to the draft reform to the Ogden discount rate reform in our live blog.
Insurers have welcomed government plans to alter the way the discount rate is set in future.
Commercial and residential landlords are facing increaded risks from a more litigious society and Nigel Todd, head of real estate at JLT Specialty, questions whether liability limits being purchased are sufficient for the increased exposures.
A personal injury claimant has been jailed for making a false claim against Hastings Direct.
When my toddler says ‘fox’, it sounds very rude. I mainly laugh at it but I’m also a bit scared that the next time she spots a fox in our local park, she will point at it, proudly shouting ‘F***! F****!’
Exclusive: Transport for London has paid £900,000 to settle seven personal injury claims from the Croydon train crash in December last year, with 69 claims outstanding.
Assistive technology can provide a cost-effective way of helping claimants with catastrophic injuries, explains Malcolm Henké, partner at Horwich Farrelly.
Personal injury claims management companies earned £2.8bn over the last 10 years, a government report has revealed.
Taxis working the Royal Albert Hall patch this week had their hands and seats full, chauffeuring well-dressed ladies and gentlemen to the prestigious British Insurance Awards
Last month, seven former employees of Autofocus were collectively given prison sentences of more than five years after being found guilty of doctoring hire rate evidence to defend insurers in court against credit hire companies in thousands of cases.