Pet insurers are paying out £1.2m every day to cat and dog owners according to the latest figures by the Association of British Insurers.
Increasing numbers of pug thefts and prevalent health problems have driven Brought By Many and Petplan to launch special cover for the breed.
Legal and General is to launch pet cover for cats and dogs direct, online and over the phone, as well as through Confused.com.
Fear not animal lovers, the gender of your beloved pooches and kittys will not impact the cost of their insurance.
Four months after gender was banned as a factor in setting premiums for motor insurance, Post understands its remit could soon be extended to impact pet owners.
RSA has put pen to paper on a deal to retain its role as the sole provider of Tesco Bank’s pet insurance.
Allianz reported a 4.3% fall in operating profit to £161.5m in 2012 (2011: £168.7m). The insurer's combined ratio also deteriorated to 96.3% from 95.7% in 2011.
RSA blamed adverse weather in the first half of 2012 and a weak marine and commercial liability performance on UK underwriting profit tumbling to £39m (2011: £62m) while the combined ratio was 98.2% (2011: 97.3%).
Pets and gadgets are a higher priority than income protection insurance according to a survey from broker Drewberry Insurance’s annual health and protection insurance survey.
A 10-part exposé of the work of insurance fraud investigators is to be screened on BBC One from Monday.
Shocking stories of claimants deliberately harming pets are guaranteed to grab headlines, but what is the truth behind the increasing level of fraud detected in a sector predicted to be worth £900m by 2015?
The latest issue of Post is now available to subscribers as a digital and interactive e-book.
Vets, insurers and the legal profession must work together to fight pet insurance fraud, experts have claimed.
Major household insurer Legal & General has confirmed it will launch pet, travel and mid-net worth insurance products before the end of the year.
Allianz Insurance has linked an increasing number of unemployed people making large liability claims to a decision to cut its exposure in the liability market.
Allianz UK has posted bad weather claims costs of £23m for the first six months of 2012.
Aviva will underwrite its own pet insurance from tomorrow, in a move bosses claim recognises a growing trend among the UK's 15 million cat and dog owners.
Lloyds Bank's underlying general insurance profit decreased by 30 per cent to £158m (H1 2011: £226m) in the first half of 2012.
Brightside has swooped for its second major retail affinity contract in the space of seven days having signed a deal with Asda to distribute its motor and home insurance products, Post Online has learnt.
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Insurers RSA and Sterling lead the way in nominations for the 2012 Claims Awards with three each.
The Green Insurance Company's pet cover sales grew by 166% last year, and the company also topped £100 000 in donations to animal charities for the first time.
Allianz UK has reported 2011 GWP up more than 10% to £1832.2m (2010: £1663.7m) with operating profit up more than 6% to £168.7m (2010: £158.5m).