The ARAG Group moves into its 18th country with the internationalisation of its legal insurance business and is now about to launch operations in Ireland, after agreeing to acquire the Irish business operations of DAS Legal Expenses Insurance Company Limited in the Republic of Ireland.
The world of insurance claims is constantly evolving, against a backdrop of changing legislation, emerging technologies and social trends. Designed for brokers, this BIBA guide takes an in-depth look at the issue of claims inflation, including the latest claims trends and regulatory developments.
A fair bit of landlord and tenant law has been introduced since our Autumn edition of the RAG. This short article briefly highlights some of the latest developments impacting tenant protection which are relevant to brokers and their clients.
In this whitepaper we describe the main challenges insurance brokerages are likely to face when integrating a merger or acquisition and outline how technology can help.
It is no secret that austerity has had a significant impact on most people’s ability to get justice. This short article highlights how drivers are the latest group to be hit by legislation and how the Civil Liability Bill will impact all motorists.
Abbey Legal Before The Event Services (BTE), which provides BTE insurance and was acquired by SME-focused insurance provider Markel in 2014, became Markel Legal Expenses Insurance on May 1. This press release provides a brief overview of the rebrand.
In this video, David Haynes, Underwriting & Marketing Director at ARAG UK, discusses the implications of the Civil Liability Act for motor accident victims, and how it will make motor legal expenses insurance more important than ever.
In this video, ARAG's corporate account manager Doug Hunter explains the extensive range of ARAG legal expenses insurance and insured assistance products including: BTE solutions; landlords and affinity groups; HNW individuals; commercial care providers; motor breakdown and home emergency cover.
Many see the arts and entertainment sector as a closed shop, but galleries, museums and theatres could present a fresh play for brokers. This in-depth explores the sector's insurance requirements, specific risks faced by art galleries and theatres, and the opportunities for brokers.
The mid-market, defined as companies with a turnover of between £5-£100m, is in-demand for brokers and insurers alike, but do mid-market organisations share any common insurance requirements? This article highlights why the mid-market provides brokers with an opportunity to upsell other services.