This blog highlights the increasing threat posed by windstorms in the UK, why property insurance providers are building windstorm data into their pricing at point of quote and how geospatial mapping technology enables insurers to manage their exposure as a storm unfolds.
When it comes to working with a third-party administrator for property claims, how far should an insurer go? This spotlight focuses on the options available to insurers and some key factors to consider when selecting the right TPA partner.
As the use of perils data has become ‘the norm’, risk analysis in home insurance needs to move on to the next level. This blog highlights how data attributes based on property characteristics, and more granular details of past claims could provide the answer for home insurance providers.
What does the future hold for property insurance? In the latest instalment, Jonathan Swift looks at how in 10 years’ time new technologies from the Internet of Things to remote survey technology will see the property insurance sector move from a responsive model to a predictive one driven by data.
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.
This whitepaper considers how technology such as intelligent automation is supporting a new drive for prioritising empathy in the claims process and overall customer journey.
Record-breaking flood events are becoming a fact of life, yet at present, there are almost 500,000 homes that have been given planning permission and are waiting to be built on a flood plain. This blog focuses on how defining property flood risk protection can help build flood resilience.
Business in the Community estimates 40% of small businesses close for good after a catastrophic loss from flooding. This report provides an expert guide to commercial flood risk and the threat that flooding poses to businesses in Britain.
Flood and coastal erosion risk too extensive to solve without collaboration, verified property-level data
The UK has been building homes in the highest risk national flood zones at a rate of around 10,000 per year. This blog highlights why there is a need to close the circle on community flood resilience and how verified property-level data can help to standardise risk management at a granular level.
This content provides a summary of FOIL’s roundtable discussion which focused on escape of water damage claims. Topics covered include the rising cost of claims arising from the escape of water in domestic properties and what steps can be taken to mitigate the damage when a leak occurs.