How can brokers and insurers better serve the needs of real estate clients? Produced by Post in association with Chubb, this recent webinar focused specifically on how insurers can work with brokers to better manage the risks and handle claims when they occur to the satisfaction of the client.
When water escapes at a property, it can damage furnishings and installations and cause significant business interruption. This article looks at the common causes of escape of water and the practical steps residential and commercial property owners can take to reduce the risk.
A shower in the Aziz family’s custom-built home sprung a leak and damaged multiple floors of the house. This video looks at how Chubb installed the Aziz family in a temporary home quickly and resolved two unrelated incidents with the utmost speed.
This report sheds light on how leading commercial building insurers are using innovative IoT solutions to reduce risk, lower premiums and develop collaborative partnerships with their clients.
Escape of water claims are reaching an all-time high and the risk can be even more prevalent in the high-net-worth sector. This article highlights the factors pushing up claims costs, how brokers can manage the claims process and provide risk mitigation advice to HNW clients.
The UK real estate sector will be affected by Brexit, changing investor appetite and personnel issues. This whitepaper sheds light on what the future might hold for the UK’s real estate sector before highlighting how brokers can help clients to navigate the changing risk landscape.
With metal prices on the increase, it’s no surprise that schools are increasingly becoming the target of thieves who are quick to exploit a lack of security. Designed for brokers, this infographic provides tips you can share with your education sector clients on how they can protect their premises.
When the Riot Compensation Act 2016 came into force in April 2017, it sought to clarify and modernise the legislation related to riot-related compensation. This article sheds light on how the 2011 London riots contributed to the law change and the implications for insurers, claimants and businesses.
In the property and casualty sector alone, insurance fraud related losses are estimated to be over £20 billion per year. This paper is dedicated to demonstrate how and why advanced analytics can assist in identifying and decreasing the number of fraudulent claims.
Using drones may seem either a little futuristic, something for hobbyists, or an extreme way to get a selfie, but the fact is that they have already become a part of how we deal with claims. This article discusses drones and the part they are already playing in the claims process.