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When this elderly driver crashed her minivan through the front window of a building, she didn’t have far to go to file an insurance claim.
With education and new entrants a hot topic in insurance at the moment, we spoke to Sally Kincaid, Chief HR Officer at QBE, about an increasingly popular option for large insurance firms; graduate schemes.
A major player is facing court action with the claimant alleging negligence and breach of contract.
The actuaries of this Australia-based insurer have been making their calculations again for the outcome of the 2015 Rugby World Cup – but will they be happy with their prediction?
Like David v Goliath, a young woman is alleging an insurance giant discriminated against her when it refused her travel insurance claim because of her depression.