A recent Post roundtable, in association with National Windscreens, explored liability around the recent introduction of ADAS and the costs for insurers, repairers, and customers in ensuring that this technology remains safe. This article provides a summary of the roundtable discussion.
Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) or “drones” are quickly changing the way construction companies operate, and offer solutions to complex construction and safety challenges. This article explores UAS applications for the drilling industry, risk management considerations and available insurance options.
This paper responds to EU discussions relating to emerging technologies and consequential liability insurance needs.
This whitepaper provides information on drones, potential uses for drones in various markets and industries, as well as potential exposures and risks that the commercial use of drones may present to the insurance industry and global markets.
Liability exposure management has historically been a challenge for insurers. This report presents an approach which combines insights provided by scenarios and supply chains to quantify losses that could arise from liability events.
Accumulations of liability risk have the potential to send shockwaves through the insurance industry. This report presents a new approach and helps insurers tackle the four key challenges associated with understanding emerging liability risks.
Who is liable when an artificial agent develops an error in its code? Post's article looks at the increasing role played by robotic technology in the motor industry and the impact upon motor insurance risks as well as liability issues.
A number of market conditions are placing increasing pressure on the UK non-life sector. What will insurers need to do in order to ensure profits remain strong? This AM Best commentary reviews the performance of UK insurers across motor, property and liability business lines.
With just three years to go until London’s Crossrail transport link is operational, Post investigates the experience so far for the insurance industry players involved in the project.
A tightening of regulations around food supply should be good for consumers but place extra responsibilities upon businesses. This article highlights why insurers could have a higher profile role to play for their food clients in providing guidance on training and how to comply with the law.