1. QBE expands COVID-19 provision after losing UK insurance case  Sydney Morning Herald
  2. QBE braces for $240m fallout from UK virus case  The Australian Financial Review
  3. QBE takes a hit from UK business interruption case  Insurance Business AU
  4. Why the QBE (ASX: QBE) share price has tanked 5% today  The Motley Fool Australia
  5. British Covid business interruption ruling a blow for QBE and local insurers  The Australian
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The insurance industry has suffered another blow after losing an appeal in the UK courts over business interruption claims.The insurance industry has suffered another blow after losing an appeal in the UK courts over business interruption claims.

Class action lawyers in Australia also believe the UK appeal court ruling could assist claimants here.Class action lawyers in Australia also believe the UK appeal court ruling could assist claimants here.

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It has expanded its provision for COVID-19 lossesIt has expanded its provision for COVID-19 losses

QBE takes a hit from UK business interruption case | Insurance Business

The QBE Insurance Group Ltd (ASX: QBE) share price has fallen more than 5% in early trade after a key court ruling in the UK.The QBE Insurance Group Ltd (ASX: QBE) share price has fallen more than 5% in early trade after a key court ruling in the UK.

Why the QBE (ASX: QBE) share price has tanked 5% today

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The UK's highest court has ruled that insurance companies must pay businesses for losses incurred during lockdown.The UK's highest court has ruled that insurance companies must pay businesses for losses incurred during lockdown.

UK Galleries Will Benefit From a Court Ruling Forcing Insurers to Pay Businesses for Losses Incurred During Lockdown | artnet News

LIIBA Chief Executive Officer Christopher Croft has called for the industry to introduce absolute clarity into the products customers buy, following TheLIIBA Chief Executive Officer Christopher Croft has called for the industry to introduce absolute clarity into the products customers buy, following The

LIIBA CEO calls for greater clarity following Supreme Court BI ruling - Reinsurance News

Hospitality businesses whose insurance companies have refused to pay out to cover losses related to Covid-19 should seek damages for late payment after last...Hospitality businesses whose insurance companies have refused to pay out to cover losses related to Covid-19 should seek damages for late payment after last...

Hospitality businesses 'should seek damages'... - The Caterer

Insurers are expected to increase the cost of business interruption insurance after a crucial judgment was overturned in the Financial Conduct Authority's testInsurers are expected to increase the cost of business interruption insurance after a crucial judgment was overturned in the Financial Conduct Authority's test

Price hikes predicted as Supreme Court overturns Orient Express in BI ruling - Insurance Post

The Blackpool-based Federation of Small businesses says that a landmark legal ruling could be a lifeline for hundreds of coast businesses.The Blackpool-based Federation of Small businesses says that a landmark legal ruling could be a lifeline for hundreds of coast businesses.

Blackpool business group's delight over Supreme Court insurance win | Blackpool Gazette

From March last year many businesses were left distraught - some on the brink of survival - when insurance companies refused to pay out on their business interruption policies. From March last year many businesses were left distraught - some on the brink of survival - when insurance companies refused to pay out on their business interruption policies.

Thought insurers were dodgy? Just wait 'till you read ESTHER MCVEY'S findings | Express Comment | Comment | Express.co.uk