It is no secret that austerity has had a significant impact on most people’s ability to get justice. This short article highlights how drivers are the latest group to be hit by legislation and how the Civil Liability Bill will impact all motorists.
Based on using a CaaS (Claims as a Service) product offering, this infographic highlights: three ways telematics reduces claims costs; how new technology can directly benefit loss ratio improvements; eight ways insurers benefit by improving claims processes.
To understand motor insurance consumers’ attitudes towards misleading insurers, and to find out which groups of consumers are most likely to try to do this, LexisNexis Risk Solutions commissioned a survey of 1,500 UK consumers. This whitepaper provides analysis of the research findings.
In this video, David Haynes, Underwriting & Marketing Director at ARAG UK, discusses the implications of the Civil Liability Act for motor accident victims, and how it will make motor legal expenses insurance more important than ever.
Telematics is enabling insurers to realise extraordinary, deep cost savings and loss ratio improvements. This case study features a close look at how Zurich Insurance has pioneered a solution for its claims costs and customer experience using the latest in technology and telematics services.
This short report shines a light on what the public thinks about technology in the civil justice system, especially where insurance claims are concerned.
This whitepaper provides analysis of LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ research into the role telematics plays in reducing UK road casualties and presents a five-point plan to help encourage more motorists to adopt telematics-enabled insurance products.
A survey of 1,500 motor insurance buyers reveals how customers perceive insurance premiums and what could improve the disconnect between price and perceptions. This infographic illustrates consumer attitudes and how motor insurance providers can develop stronger relationships with their customers.
Curing consumer scepticism with technology and education: Why motor insurance providers must make better use of data to demonstrate value and reward loyalty
This research report demonstrates that there are opportunities for motor insurance providers to safeguard and grow market share by using technology to improve pricing accuracy and competitiveness; and to appeal to consumers’ expectations that any loyalty they show to a provider should be recognised.
A recent report by Which? revealed that four of the five best-selling car models in the UK are susceptible to ‘keyless theft’. Could this be the reason motor theft figures rose in 2017/18? Download this article to find out more.