In the second of a two-part podcast series, Insurance Post content director Jonathan Swift is joined by LV claims director Martin Milliner and Carpenters Group director Donna Scully to discuss what needs to be done to raise awareness of the Official Injury Claim Portal.
In the first of a two-part podcast series, Insurance Post content director Jonathan Swift, LV claims director Martin Milliner and Carpenters Group director Donna Scully reflect on the initial Official Injury Claim data covering the first three-month period.
For those unfamiliar with the full and tortuous history of the Civil Liability Act 2018, its much delayed implementation finally came about this year, with the launch of the government’s Official Injury Claim service. This blog discusses whether OICS is currently up to its task.
This first year and a half of the ‘Twenties’ has seen no let-up in the legislative and regulatory uncertainty to which the personal injury and clinical negligence sector has become so accustomed. Read this short blog to find out more.
This opinion piece looks at the recent whiplash reforms in the UK, the effect it has had on the volume of personal injury claims submitted to the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB) and four points which motor retail brokers should keep in mind.
As the Civil Liability Bill proceeded through parliament during 2018, its two separate parts appeared to be aimed at completely different parts of the personal injury claims sector. This content highlights the effect of the Civil Liability Act on higher value claims.
In this special ‘Future Edition’ of Post – in association with Verisk – we take an educated guess as to what might be happening a decade from now. To do this we pulled together six main topics: motor insurance; personal injury; property insurance; the London Market; climate change; and eco-systems.
In this video, ARAG underwriting director David Haynes explains the consequences for legal expenses insurance providers and why the Civil Liability Act makes motor legal protection more important than ever.
The whiplash reforms are to be further delayed until May 2021. This FOIL Update briefly outlines the latest developments.
In this podcast, Jonathan Swift, content director, Insurance Post, Mark Hewitt, director, Verisk and Mark Strang, senior business developer at Verisk, discuss what the future could hold for personal injury between now and 2030.