Drivers crashing into parked cars has become the most common road accident during the coronavirus pandemic, new figures indicate.
A group of angry Hiscox policyholders have been given the go-ahead to launch legal action against the insurance giant.
Insurance customers who are struggling financially because of coronavirus will be able to request payment holidays from next week – and some may also be able to move on to a cheaper deal or get a partial refund.
Insurance giant Prudential has revealed sales of new policies fell by nearly a quarter in its core Asian market as strict lockdowns took their toll.
Lloyd’s, the world’s largest insurance market, said that the coronavirus crisis will cost it as much as the September 11 attacks, or all the hurricanes of 2017 combined.
Drivers of cars with an automatic gearbox are paying close to £100 more to insure their cars compared to manual versions, new figures show.
Insurers are set to pay out more than £1.2 billion in claims to support people and businesses affected by Covid-19, according to an industry body.
Changes to laws that were designed to make it harder for fraudulent whiplash claims to be made against insurance companies have been postponed, the Ministry of Justice has announced today.
Insurers liable for claims to cover business interruption due to coronavirus must pay out “as soon as is possible” to help small businesses survive the lockdown, the City watchdog has warned.
Motorists are requesting legal steps be taken to address the ‘auto-renewal trap’ which is costing drivers millions each year on their car insurance, new research has found.
A pandemic insurance scheme should be created to cover health catastrophes, the chief executive of insurer Axa has suggested.
Lloyd’s of London said it is facing an “exceptionally difficult” time as coronavirus rips through communities around the world, even as the insurance marketplace announced it had returned to profit last year.
Some insurers have decided to stop offering income protection insurance or are reviewing their policy terms amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
Holidaymakers are being advised to check the terms of their travel policies as insurers pause or restrict cover they are offering to new customers.
Aviva, Direct Line and Churchill have suspended the sale of travel insurance to new customers due to the impact of coronavirus.
Holidaymakers are being advised to read the terms of their travel policies closely as insurers pause or restrict the cover they are offering to new customers due to coronavirus.
Insurance giant Prudential has unveiled plans to float its US business after pressure from an activist investor.
The cheapest cars for newly-passed young drivers have been revealed thanks to a new survey.
Insurer Phoenix Group has reported a jump in profits as its pension business benefited from UK companies rushing to offload risk ahead of Brexit.
The cost of getting a young driver out on the road is more than £6,000, despite prices having fallen consistently since 2012.
Police have seized a car after the motorist was caught driving without insurance on a north-east road.
Drivers have been encouraged to check their vehicle documents after a day of police action on north-east roads.
More than 100 drivers have been stopped by police during an operation on the A96.
When Ibrahim Al Neish’s excuse was given in court, Sheriff Sukhwinder Gill was sceptical, telling him bluntly: “I don’t believe you.”
A motorist's car was seized after they were caught driving without insurance and no MOT in the north-east.
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Two thirds of pet owners across the UK have admitted they don't know what types of food are poisonous to their animals.
Gosh it looks like I’m a racist now. How on earth did that happen?
A COUPLE today hit out at a North-east council after they were sent an invoice following a car crash almost a year ago.