The latest crash statistics and trends from the trucking industry were recently released by National Transport Insurance (NTI), and there are key learnings for insurance brokers.
Cardiac surgery has gone from opening chests and transplants to discreet repairs and replacement through a keyhole, dramatically changing recovery rates and trauma insurance along its decades-long journey.
We examine the latest trends in hospitality insurance – and provide ideas for how can brokers get the best policy for their clients.
Why working closely with Aon and its insurers has enabled Coca-Cola Amatil to better mitigate and manage losses and streamline the claims process.
Insurance for the medicines and biotech sector is growing increasingly complex and dynamic, and brokers need to consider every conceivable risk — to companies, consumers and even lab animals.
Many insurers work with companies that offer unique and innovative methods of restoring and repairing possessions, buildings and businesses as quickly as possible after incidents and disasters. We showcase seven success stories of interest to brokers.
Catering for increasingly demanding consumers is the key driver for innovation in the insurance industry today. And if you’re not doing it, your business could soon pay the price.
When Cyclone Yasi battered the Tully Sugar Mill in February it set insurers on a race against the clock to save an entire community.
Underwriters have a soft spot for Ferrari drivers and owners of prestige homes, but not for the reason you think.
NIBA calls for strong government leadership to seize chance for tax reform.
What can actually trigger a business interruption claim? IRP investigates.
ARs are growing in number and the market has taken notice. This week we examine this new breed of brokers.
New South Wales is hot on Victoria’s heels with moves to abolish the fire services levy.
Black-and-blue Santa case delivers good news for commercial owners.