Lloyd’s insurance claims see rapid response and payments following storms

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The massive marketplace has reported quick customer service for customers affected by Harvey, Irma and Maria. Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria left catastrophe and devastation behind, and Lloyd’s insurance claims are being rapidly processed, says the market. The company says it is responding quickly and has even made some advance payments. The storms left behind an estimated $738 million in insured damages to properties and possessions. “It is heartening to see the Lloyd’s market swing into action in this way,” said Inga Beal, the market’s chief executive, when addressing the…

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Kanye West insurance lawsuit worth $10 million following tour cancellation

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The performer filed the suit against a number of Lloyd’s of London syndicates, alleging lack of payment. The Kanye West insurance lawsuit has hit the news headlines as the celebrity claims his insurers aren’t paying his due amount following the cancellation of his performance tour. The entertainer suddenly halted a number of performance dates on his Saint Pablo Tour. Officially, the Kanye West insurance claims were filed through the performer’s Very Good Touring, Inc. company. He now alleges that the insurance companies have failed to pay out on the claims…

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UK insurance market could lose Lloyd’s staff following Brexit

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Top boss at the massive marketplace has revealed that operations may leave the country. The UK insurance market may not remain the most important one in the world due to the Brexit vote. Chairman of Lloyd’s of London, John Nelson, cautioned that the marketplace may be required to move some of its business over to continental Europe. That could mean a loss of a large chunk of the staff currently located in the United Kingdom. In fact, Lloyd’s insurance operations may be on their way out of the country even…

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The Brexit insurance industry impact is already showing

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One of the first things that happened following the announcement of the voting results was plummeting shares. Across the United Kingdom, the Brexit insurance industry impact was felt right away as the voting results were revealed. Shares throughout the sector plummeted, leaving investors and insurers reeling. Growing fears from experts appear to have taken an axe to stock prices. The main concern is the effect the Brexit will have on Lloyd’s of London, the massive insurance market. Lloyd’s currently enjoys a special appeal to other insurance companies. This is because…

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Climate change is proving unsettling for insurance agents

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Lloyd’s of London has revealed that it is starting to look into potential catastrophes from the new reality. Lloyd’s of London has just released a document that is rather unsettling to insurance agents in the way that it has shown that it is currently exploring potential apocalyptic disasters that could result from the impact of climate change on the current structure of the world. The report detailed the way that there could essentially be a worldwide meltdown from a food supply chain failure. This was far from the type of…

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Bitcoin companies are beginning to rely on the insurance industry

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Insurance industry is playing a larger role in the world of digital currencies Lloyd’s of London has released a new report that highlights the risks associated with digital currency, particularly Bitcoin. These currencies are becoming more common throughout the world, being used to purchase products online. In the case of Bitcoin, volatility is a very serious concern, as the value of a single Bitcoin fluctuates wildly on a regular basis. The report from Lloyd’s of London is meant to shed some insight on the risks associated with insuring businesses based…

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Cyber insurance is becoming more common

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ABI predicts that the cyber insurance market will become more common in the coming decade Cyber insurance coverage may become the new normal in 10 years’ time. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has claimed that cyber insurance products will become significantly more common in the United Kingdom and elsewhere by 2025. In early March, a report from Marsh and the UK government showed that only 2% of large businesses in the UK have cyber coverage. This may be a costly problem for these businesses as they face significant risks…

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Oregon purchases more wildfire insurance

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Oregon has purchased wildfire insurance to protect against the dry season Oregon is preparing to handle its dry season with the purchase of wildfire insurance. This type of insurance coverage is meant to protect the state from the onslaught of wildfires that could emerge in the state due to dry conditions. The insurance is meant to help cover the costs associated with these disasters, reducing the state’s financial exposure and providing it with some breathing room when it comes to recovery. Insurance policy from Lloyd’s of London will provide $25…

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Cyber insurance market is showing signs of healthy growth

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Lloyd’s of London notes that more activity is being seen in the cyber insurance market Several high-profile cyber attacks on large companies have spurred more activity in the cyber insurance market, according to reports from Lloyd’s of London. The insurance company notes that claims in the cyber market have rose by 50% for the first three months of this year. More companies are becoming concerned with the digital risks that they face. These risks could result in serious financial damage, which insurance coverage may be able to mitigate, if policies…

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Former USC player files lawsuit against Lloyd’s over insurance policy

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Marqise Lee had been a first round 2014 NFL draft prospect ahead of the college football season in 2013. Marqise Lee, a former wide receiver from the University of Southern California (USC) is suing over an insurance policy after having been injured in the 2013 college football season, during which he had been considered to be a first round prospect for the 2014 National Football League (NFL) draft. During that season, the player was held back by a knee injury and dropped to the 2014 draft’s second round. Finally, the…

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