How will products and prices evolve in motor legal expenses insurance after the implementation of the online injury claim portal? This report sheds light on the findings of a joint Insurance Age and Coral Insurance Services survey.
In this podcast, Jonathan Swift, content director, Insurance Post, Chris Sawford, director, Verisk Claims and Niall Kavanagh, managing director, Verisk Ireland discuss what the future holds for motor insurance and a possible road map between now and 2030.
In the first of a new monthly series, Verisk and Insurance Post look into the future at how the insurance market might change, with each part focusing on a specific issue. In this instalment, Jonathan Swift fast forwards a decade to report on the changing face of the motor sector.
Infographic: Four in ten drivers believe they can use the same no claims discount on multiple vehicles
Based on research conducted by LexisNexis Risk Solutions, this infographic highlights the tactics used to mislead motor insurers and why drivers need to be aware of the risks of supplying inaccurate information to their insurance provider.
Tackling the big questions laid out in the Department for Transport’s Future of Transport Report, an expert panel featuring representatives from the RAC Foundation, Delta EE, Zego and Axa discuss micro mobility and the transport models of the future.
In this webinar, an expert panel discuss: what contingency plans have been put in place by the motor insurance industry to react to the Covid-19 outbreak; the impact on the wider motor supply chain; the potential impact upon the adoption of electric vehicles and autonomous driving.
The Department for Transport has published its anticipated ‘Future for Transport Regulatory Review - Call for Evidence’. The aim is to “start a national conversation about how government and other regulators respond to a new wave of change in transport”. Download this FOIL Update to find out more.
Motor Mouth podcast nine: Claims culture or no claims culture? Motor insurance and the whiplash reforms
Jonathan Swift, content director at Insurance Post and Matthew Maxwell-Scott, executive director of the Association of Consumer Support Organisations, discuss the whiplash reforms, existing challenges and, with the Coronavirus pandemic ongoing, where we’re likely to be at the end of the year.
In this podcast, Insurance Post’s content director, Jonathan Swift and Lexis Nexis’ senior director of personal lines insurance, Martyn Mathews discuss the latest in car technology innovation and how the connected car of the future will provide reliable, real-time data for insurers to assess risk.
Enhanced safety features, the increased price of repairs and a drop in capacity have caused upheaval in the motor market. Produced by Insurance Age, this article focuses on how brokers can successfully navigate the changes and seize new opportunities within the commercial fleet space.