Credit hire and legal services firm to raise capital on stock market
Fraudsters could pay additional damages under new rulings if their actions are deemed to be “outrageous”
Reforms opposition suffers a major blow as amendments voted down, losing by just 13 votes
Ghost broking is growing fast as it becomes a manistream fraud
VANs set to shake up claims payments in personal lines
The reforms enter the report stage in the House of Lords today
A First4Lawyers survey reveals most motorists would rather status quo than the proposed changes included in the Civil Liability Bill
Why has escape of water suddenly become such a big issue for the insurance industry?
Home and motor pose the biggest problems in personal lines for insurers. What are they doing about it?
The Civil Liability Bill is at last before Parliament, but that doesn’t mean it’s a shoo-in. Insurers applaud the bill, but opposition is vocal and could gain support
The regulator’s penalties for data breaches are stiff, but a bigger problem could be an avalanche of claims from clients for data mis-handling