A solicitor said the appeal was to put pressure on the group to accept less than their fair policy entitlements
A govt insurer has filed an appeal against a High Court decision to allow a proposed class action against it to proceed
Which IBNZ stories set your keyboards alight this year?
While a High Court judge has found that a reasonable argument exists for the case to proceed, this govt insurer is clinging to the fact it was by a 'rather fine margin'
A Finity Consulting report has implied a Crown-owned insurer’s need for extra $104m funding in the “worst case” scenario
Claimants demand damages for under assessed earthquake repairs
A Christchurch homeowner said insurer’s inaction is a man-made disaster that caused his home more damage than the Canterbury earthquakes
Southern Response said it will only manage repairs and rebuilds for customers who enter its construction program before June next year
An industry body reveals its stance after concerns were raised on the validity of homeowners’ insurance
Claims that releasing a booklet about earthquake claims settlement would lead to higher payouts for customers have been misunderstood, insurers say