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Cycling From Cheshunt To Texas Is A Fundraising Family Affair

Brothers Dave and Paul Richardson, of Ashbourne Insurance, have undertaken the grueling task of cycling to Port Isabel, Texas to raise money …

Exaggerated Claims On The Rise As Opportunists Try Their Luck – Average Fraudulent Addition To Claims For Genuine Events Now £3,287

The level of claims exaggeration by would-be fraudsters has increased dramatically since last year, according to new data released by VFM.

On average, …

Insurers On Standby As Windstorm Lashes Southern England – 152 Flood Alerts In Place As 80 Mph Gusts Cause Damage And Disruption

A severe windstorm is continuing to batter southern England, causing damage and widespread disruption to power and travel.

Winds are gusting over 80 …

Uninsured Driving Clampdown To Be Broadcast On Twitter – More Than 500 Police Officers To Seize Vehicles In London Today

Tweets will be posted live today as more than 500 police officers descend on London to seize uninsured vehicles.

The action is the …

Swinton to cut 120 jobs – Company will also be closing 75 branches

Swinton’s overhaul of add-on sales practices has cut 2012 revenue by 8% and profit after tax by 48%. The broker …

Young Drivers Feel Unprepared For Driving Alone – And Almost Two-Thirds Are In Favour Of Minimum Learning Periods

Young drivers feel unprepared for driving on Britain’s roads after passing their test according to research from the Co-operative Insurance.

Almost one third …

AA: New Uninsured Driver Fines ‘Not Tough Enough’ – Increase In Fixed Penalty To £300 Still Too ‘Light Touch’ According To 81% Of Survey Respondents

The fixed penalty for driving without insurance has changed today (6 August), rising from £200 to £300 with no change to the …

Insurance Customers Most Likely To Switch After Bad Service – Only Loan Providers Ranked Lower For Customer Service Standards

Call centre technology provider Aspect’s Consumer Satisfaction Benchmarking Report 2013 revealed that customers were more likely to switch their insurance provider than …

Trade Body: Flood Re Exclusion Will Hurt Small Businesses – Flood Insurance Proposal Could Lead To Hike In Premiums For SMEs, Says British Property Federation

Thousands of small-to-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) could be left without affordable flood cover because they are excluded from the proposed Flood Re programme, …

Insurers Warned Of Subsidence Claims Surge – Payouts Can Rise To £400m During Event Year

Keoghs has warned insurers to up plan for an increase in subsidence claims following this summer’s heat wave.

A recent forecast by buildings …

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