News Archive - Articles Published in Other Insurance
ABI Code 'Good News' for Critical Illness Customers28 May 2009 | by Mark HarrisThe Association of British Insurers has claimed that its Code of Practice has led to fewer critical illness policyholders having their claims turned down. Women's Love of Pets Revealed26 May 2009 | by Mark HarrisMore than a third of British women prefer the company of their pet to other human beings, according to a new survey. Vet Fees 'Rise Sharply'22 May 2009 | by Mark HarrisSainsbury's Finance is warning pet owners thinking about cutting back on insurance that vet fees have 'risen sharply' over the past few years. Critical Illness Cover 'Always Important'22 May 2009 | by Mark HarrisThe recession should not lead people to forego critical illness cover, Scottish Widows has warned. Over-Regulation Will 'Diminish Value' in the Insurance Sector19 May 2009 | by Mark HarrisThe British Insurance Brokers Association has warned the authorities not to impose 'additional costs and additional requirements' onto the industry. One in Ten Britons 'Have Lost a Pet'13 May 2009 | by Mark HarrisNew research shows that more than one in ten Britons have lost a pet in the last five years - highlighting the importance of pet insurance, according to Sainsbury's Finance. Personal Insurance 'More Important' in Recession12 May 2009 | by Mark HarrisA new survey of financial advisers finds that most believe the recession has made personal insurance more important. Fraudulent Boat Insurance Claims 'Increasing'07 May 2009 | by Mark HarrisA leading boat insurance provider has seen more fraudulent claims in 2009 than during the whole of last year. Prudential to Offer Life Insurance to HIV Sufferers05 May 2009 | by Mark HarrisInsurance provider is to extend its life cover to people with HIV in what is being described as a market first. Pet Owners 'Should Buy Cover Straight Away'01 May 2009 | by Mark HarrisPet insurance should be purchased as soon as an animal is bought, according to one cover provider. Tax Breaks for Elderly PMI Customers 'Would Help NHS'30 Apr 2009 | by Mark HarrisThe British Insurance Brokersí Association has said the NHS could benefit if the government provides tax breaks for people over 60 who take out private medical insurance. Tesco and Friends Provident Announce Life Insurance Deal28 Apr 2009 | by Mark HarrisThe supermarket giant is to begin selling life cover products from Friends Provident through its stores and website. Private Medical Insurance Growing in Popularity27 Apr 2009 | by Mark HarrisNew figures from the Association of British Insurers show that there was a 2.7 percent increase in the number of people with private medical insurance last year. European Parliament Votes in Favour of Insurance Regulation23 Apr 2009 | by Mark HarrisNew rules have been introduced in the European Union aimed at removing risk in the insurance industry and providing extra protection for policyholders. Brits 'Not Buying Pet Insurance'14 Apr 2009 | by Mark HarrisThe majority of British pet owners do not have pet insurance, which could leave them with a tough choice if their animal falls ill or is injured, according to More Than. Pet Owners 'Should be Careful With Easter Treats'09 Apr 2009 | by Mark HarrisSaga Pet Insurance has warned that pet owners should refrain from giving their animals 'human' food this Easter. Third-party Boat Insurance 'Becoming Necessary'09 Apr 2009 | by Mark HarrisA Zurich subsidiary claims that third-party cover is becoming increasingly important for boat owners. Lack of Protection Cover 'is a Serious Issue'07 Apr 2009 | by Mark HarrisAxa has warned that millions of Britons do not have protection cover - which could leave them in dire financial straits. Brits 'Cutting Back on Life Insurance'07 Apr 2009 | by Mark HarrisMore than half a million Brits have cancelled their life insurance policies to save money during the credit crunch, new research shows. Businesses 'Should Offer Employees Dental Cover'01 Apr 2009 | by Mark HarrisA majority of businesses feel that employers should offer staff dental healthcare plans, according to a new study.