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The Journal June-July 2015 (full issue)

01 July 2015
The full issue of the Journal for June/July 2015. 

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Autonomous and driverless cars explained

30 June 2015
Thatcham Research's chief technical officer Andrew Miller provides an insight into the status of the development of vehicles towards becomi ...

Tracking, jamming and insurance explained

26 June 2015
In this Faculty video we look at the use of trackers and other similar devices, how these devices actually work,  the key issues ...

Legal developments in claims June 2015

19 June 2015
The latest update from the Forum of Insurance Lawyers (FOIL) on recent legal developments produced for the Claims Faculty.

The social value of insurance

05 June 2015
This series of papers considers the role of insurance in society, focusing in particular on the benefits it brings and risks it mitigates. ...

AskCUE PI explained »
Paul Ryman-Tubb, head of technical at the Motor Insurers' Bureau talks through the new AskCUE PI initiative, part of the 1 June 2015 Civil Procedure Rule change which makes it mandatory for claimant solicitors to undertake a search on CUE PI prior to submitting a road traffic accident claim on the Claims Portal. We also look at other MIB developments related to no claims discount data on MyLicence, and future plans for development of the Claims Underwriting Exchange. 
Legal developments in claims May 2015 »
The latest update from the Forum of Insurance Lawyers (FOIL) on recent legal developments produced for the Claims Faculty.
Product liability: Drones, 3D printing and medical devices »
In this video review of emerging product liability risks we look at medical devices in Europe, including the European Court's recent decision in the Boston Scientific case and the referal to the European Court of PIP breast implant litigation in Germany; the opportunities and challenges posed by drones; and the risks around 3D printing.
Technology, big data »
Data protection is back in the headlines again after the UK Court of Appeal made a significant ruling paving the way for millions of claims, which could find their way to the insurance market. 
Study room- Fraud »
The Insurance Fraud Taskforce has released its interim report, detailing where its focus will fall, as Jennifer Brough reports. 
How can people with disabilities get a better deal from the insurance market? »
An independent commission set up by Scope (the disability charity) describes how insurance for people with disabilities for such basic things as motor and travel can actually border on the prohibitive.
Legal developments in claims April 2015 »
The latest update from the Forum of Insurance Lawyers (FOIL) on recent legal developments produced for the Claims Faculty.
Data sharing initiative launched to improve insurance fraud detection »
The CII Claims Faculty New Generation group is calling for organisations to adopt a new Best Practice Guide relating to requests made under Section 29(3) of the Data Protection Act. The guidance has been launched after two years of work behind the scenes with support from the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB). The new guide aims to improve the quality of data sharing under Section 29(3), which allows organisations to share data with a third party in order to prevent and detect crime. It is aimed at requests made in respect of claims, underwriting or financial crime within the insurance profession.
Report on how to improve the co-ordination of UK flood response »
The Claims Faculty New Generation Group has published a report which looks at ways to improve the overall response to major flooding events. The report looks at the on-the-ground activities in the aftermath of a flood and how these could be improved, taking the perspective of home insurance customers, ordinary people affected by the often devastating impact of flooding. The group focused their recommendations on what the insurance industry can do to help, and many of the potential enhancements are mutually beneficial for all involved.  
General Election 2015 »
This year's General Election is the most keenly contested in a generation, with host of outcomes still possible. The CII has produced a number of election related publications for members ahead of vote on 7 May.
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