It sounds like science fiction, but exoskeletons are increasingly being used in rehabilitation therapy and insurers are getting in on the act. Post’s article sheds light on how wearable robotics could transform medical claims.
The casualty insurance area witnesses changes to legislation all the time, so insurers and brokers must be on top of their game when it comes to educating employers they work with. This article highlights changes in claims patterns and the problems posed by fraud and spurious claims.
Based on independent research and featuring input from 4,000 individuals, The Whiplash Report 2012 scotches many myths about whiplash injury and compensation. Whiplash claims have fallen in the past year, whilst 30 per cent of people have been encouraged to claim compensation by insurers.
Tailored towards bespoke insurance specialists, this edition of Lloyd's market newsletter looks at: what happens when a footballer sustains a career threatening injury; cover for journalists in conflict zones; marine insurance innovations; Solvency II; recent disasters and earthquake risks.
An article by Peninsula Business services advising on how to get long term absentees back to work.