The claim is the moment of truth, the sole reason anyone buys an insurance policy. David Ross, executive director, Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters, discusses the drive to have the majority of members achieve chartered status and why brokers are working their way into the world of claims.
Updated for 2022, this infographic provides a snapshot of the trends, challenges, opportunities and growth drivers for pet insurance in the UK. Topics covered include pet insurance in numbers, claims trends and average premiums.
In this article, Biba’s David Sparkes considers recent developments at the Financial Conduct Authority.
At the BIBA conference in May, many heads were turned by the appearance of a hearse outside the venue in Manchester. In this video, Kingsbridge Insurance Brokers’ managing director Gary Williamson sheds light on why the vehicle was parked there and Kingsbridge’s future plans.
Brokers are concerned that the availability of cover for historically insurable diseases may not return to pre-pandemic levels, having been much reduced as a result of recent exclusions written into policies. This article focuses on Covid-19's lasting impact on cover for other diseases.
BIBA's David Sparkes shines the spotlight on fair value and vulnerable customers in our new quarterly examination of the regulatory landscape.
From Saturday 29th January, the Highway Code is updated to introduce a hierarchy of road users and seven other categories of changes. This FOIL Update provides a summary of the changes.
As the Civil Liability Bill proceeded through parliament during 2018, its two separate parts appeared to be aimed at completely different parts of the personal injury claims sector. This content highlights the effect of the Civil Liability Act on higher value claims.
‘Silent cyber’ or ‘non-affirmative cyber’ refers to the potential cyber exposures in non-stand-alone cyber policies, which may not be implicitly or explicitly included or excluded on policy wordings. This content provides a summary of a recent discussion hosted by the FOIL Technology & Cyber SFT.
This article looks a little deeper into the announcement in February 2021 by the Transport Secretary of the government’s “plan to scrap EU law, ensuring British drivers avoid £50 a year insurance hike” and discusses what this might mean in practice.