Nearly two-fifths of holidaymakers going abroad this summer do not have travel insurance for their trip, a survey has found.
Amorous horse, biting gorilla and hapless burglars among list of the UK’s strangest insurance claims from 2018
A badly-behaved monkey, a bungling burglar trapped in a shed and an amorous horse which mistook a customer's car for a potential mate prompted some of the most unusual claims for damage to property which insurance giant Aviva dealt with last year.
Loyal home insurance customers who stick with the same provider for six years or more are driving the profits of firms in this sector, analysis from Citizens Advice suggests.
One in 10 parents of young drivers risk a criminal record for pretending to be the main driver on the car insurance policy, new research has uncovered.
Police in Scotland are targeting uninsured drivers in a crackdown which aims to remove them from the country’s roads.
Motorists who take out a fully comprehensive insurance policy in December are paying a lot more than those who insure their vehicle two months later.
WAR veteran Irvine Gibson is locked in a three-year battle with an insurance company after medals went missing following a devastating blaze.
MEDICAL bills totalling more than £200 million were racked up by British travellers last year, new figures show.
WITH the Easter Holidays in full swing and snowfall expected to blanket the Alps ahead of Easter Weekend, new research shows that Brits embarking on skiing holidays are leaving themselves open to the risk of theft.
WITH Christmas over, the next thing we’ll all be looking at is booking our summer holidays.