A settlement has been reached between a property company and its insurers, which means it can now commit to its central Chch rebuild.
A government-owned insurance company seeks additional funding to cover outstanding insurance claims arising from the Canterbury earthquakes
Kendyll Morton, claims specialist at Southern Response and ANZIIF Student of the Year, says starting her insurance career post quakes has given her a particular take on the industry.
Last week Tower said the number of claims it had coming from EQC was under 50, but what’s the tally for other insurers?
A group of Christchurch homeowners has modified its action against this insurer and filed an amended statement of claim.
An industry body has awarded its most successful members and top students at its annual celebration of academic excellence – but who has made the grade?
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.
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A dispute resolution scheme has revealed a 67% jump in investigated complaints compared to the same period last year – but what is the cause?
Earthquake claimants with this insurer have been assured of an extended timeframe before a limitation defence can be raised