More and more holidaymakers are failing to take out travel insurance. But why wouldn’t someone take out cover?
The European Commission has announced changes to air passenger rights which could make it harder to claim compensation for delays.
Accidental damage and storm damage are the most common reasons for making a claim on buildings insurance policies, new research by Confused.com has found.
The typical insurance fraudster is aged 31 to 50, has never made a false claim before, and is likely to be claiming for £500 or less for damage to a computer, television or mobile phone, according to new research.
Accidental damage is the most common reason for making a claim on home contents insurance policies, new research by Confused.com has found.
Dropping your mobile down the toilet is one of the top gadget insurance claims. Do you use your phone while on the loo? If so, you're not alone.
Thousands of older travellers risk incurring huge medical bills abroad due to lack of insurance, the government has warned.
Forgetting to keep your insurer in the loop when making changes to your car or in your personal life may mean you risk invalidating your cover. We look at seven commmon ways to fall foul of your policy.
If your car is drinking the juice too quickly, here's six reasons possibly why.
Entrusting your child with their own house key is a rite of passage for most families, and some parents now give keys to children as young as nine. But before you get those keys cut, spare a thought for the security of your home.
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