This animation provides information for ARAG's customers on how to complete your claims form and some top tips to follow. Areas covered include employment claims, property claims and contract claims.
Insurance providers need to up the ante in their predictive capabilities as the frequency and severity of extreme weather-related events continue to escalate. This article highlights why insurers should face up to the winds of climate change and use predictive modelling to mitigate risks.
The great freeze at the turn of the year saw a huge rise in fraudulent escape of water claims, particularly from unoccupied properties. This content sheds light on the link between surge events and EOW fraud, before highlighting steps insurers can take to mitigate the risk of future surge events.
In this episode, the contestants are caught up in a storm, more accurately the Great Storm of October 1987. As the storm’s trail of destruction becomes apparent, the teams battle to appease their grizzled claims boss by devising a surge plan for the unprecedented volume of claims heading their way.
Since 1994, the Claims and Underwriting Exchange (CUE) has helped insurers verify an individual’s household, motor or personal injury claims history. This content sheds light on how insurers can maximise the power of CUE to help combat fraud.
With hot summers becoming more likely in the future, subsidence surge and event years may be the new norm. This article looks at how insurers are preparing for these claims in a climate change environment.
Analysis by the Environment Agency indicates that there could be a large increase - of up to 50% - in the number of houses built on flood plains over the next 50 years. This blog highlights how home insurance providers can leverage geospatial data to mitigate flood risk exposure.
The number of IoT connected devices is expected to increase to over one trillion devices by 2025, providing an enormous data set for insurance analysis. This blog highlights how IoT is driving innovation within motor and property insurance, whilst also reducing workplace risks.
Following the Grenfell tragedy, the cost of buildings insurance to residential leaseholders and other property owners of multi-occupancy buildings has increased. This report examines the causes of those increases and sets out a range of recommendations and potential remedies to address the issues.
Over five years have passed since 72 victims lost their lives after a fire ripped through a building featuring unsafe cladding. This article investigates what insurers have learnt from this, how building standards have moved on and if the prospects of similar tragedies have been ruled out.