A Christchurch homeowner has launched High Court proceedings against his insurer as the parties’ rebuild estimates vary by $6m
A High Court has ordered this insurer to pay a Christchurch couple over $700K plus interest and costs in what the company has called an ‘unusual’ decision.
An insurer body has vented its frustration over the fact insurers are still receiving hundreds of new property claims from EQC, while EQC announces a new faster process.
A jury took just over three hours to find a man guilty of blackmailing executives from his insurance company.
A man who disagreed with his insurer’s decision to turn down his insurance claim attempted to blackmail several of its executives, a court has heard.
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A major player has been named Worst Transnational Corporation operating in New Zealand over its Canterbury earthquake dealings.
Pricing, underwriting criteria and claims handling will be under review after a court decision leaves landlords liable for accidental damage their tenants cause, whether they’re insured or not.
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