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Will your insurer always pay out?
When the sun comes out and the weather warms up, many of us head for the garden but fun in the sun can be costly if you haven…
A fifth of Brits have damaged a partner's belongings in revenge
Nearly a fifth of British adults have admitted to damaging their ex or current partner's belongings to the tune of £121 per…
Opt-out' selling to be banned by FCA
The sales practice known as 'opt-out selling' is set to be outlawed under new proposals announced today by regulator the…
6% of drivers would consider insurance fraud to save money
Some 8% of drivers have admitted to committing insurance fraud and 6% would consider telling white lies to cut their renewal…
People "switch-off" from shopping around at 71
Consumers stop shopping around for the best energy and insurance deals when they reach 71 years old, costing them an extra …
Is 'industrial deafness fraud' the new whiplash?
The insurer Aviva has seen a 378% increase in the number of claims for 'industrial deafness' over the past four years.
Kids carry valuables worth over £200 to school
As the school term starts, kids are carrying more than £201 worth of valuables to and from school each day, a new study has…
Criminals target homes and cars every seven seconds
Houses and cars get broken into or vandalised every seven seconds, or 11,620 times a day, across England and Wales.
Travellers urged to check insurance details
Travellers and holidaymakers are being urged to check their travel insurance small print after a new study found a wide range…
Fees to be cut for whiplash medical reports
In a bid to tackle fake claims and the growing compensation culture, the government has announced plans to cut fees for…