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My vehicle was hit by another one causing significant damage but the insurer is baulking at compensating me for depreciation. Photograph: iStock

(...) ombudsman has said that as I am not the consumer of the insurance company (being the third party), they(...)

Figures published on Wednesday showed the numbers receiving the Pandemic Unemployment Payment fell by more than 25,000 this week to 114,612. Photograph: iStock

(...) access any insurance, the report says, calling for legislation to drive through necessary changes(...)

Hugh O’Donnell is founder and chief executive of Bermuda Brokers.

(...) past 30 years, the Atlantic Ocean island has become a hub of the insurance and reinsurance industries(...)

Puppy love. Photograph: iStock

(...) be €50 a month compared with, say, €200 for a very big dog. Pet insurance All going well, most pets(...)

More than 1,200 tracker-mortgage complaints are still awaiting a decision from the financial services and pensions ombudsman

(...) have also called on insurance companies to exercise caution and prudence when considering cancelling an(...)

Dave and Rob Kearney with Jamie Heaslip who are all backers of the Lemon & Duke pub that is in dispute with FBD over Covid closure cover. Photograph: Leon Farrell/ Photocall Ireland

(...) in October, with implications for more than 1,000 pubs concerning insurance liability. The company(...)

Hammerson, the co-owner of Dundrum Town Centre, says the value of its Irish property portfolio fell by nearly €138 million last year. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

(...) eye insurance foothold Also in the Sunday Times. it is reported that KBC is looking to establish its(...)

The Government has refused to step in to help restaurants and coffee shops, despite warnings that hundreds could close in the new year due to a lack of available insurance. Photograph: iStock

The Government appears to be getting itself into a right muddle over insurance. Earlier this week(...)

Michael D’Arcy, the Minister of State responsible for knocking heads together to deliver more reasonable insurance costs for consumers. Photograph: Alan Betson

(...) insurance sector argues that it has yet to see any substantial reduction in the cost of claims, brokers were(...)

Someone in the position above who has to replace, say, a kitchen at a cost of €60,000 will find the insurer willing to pay only €45,000 of that, regardless of the €300,000 buildings cover as claims are generally managed pro rata.

(...) fire or flood along with their home. Still, that’s what insurance is for, isn’t it? Well that depends(...)

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