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Chris Deacon, a solicitor at Stewarts Law LLP, highlights a case that could prevent the recovery of insurer outlays in claims arising from a fatal accident brought under English law

On 8 June, British driving licences will change from a paper-based to an online system, but Travel Insurance Geek has found that many travel insurers’ websites are failing to warn UK holidaymakers of changes in rules that could leave them unable to pick up their hire cars, as James Paul Wallis reports

Travel matters

The Cayman Islands’ Department of Tourism has reported that 2014 was its best year in over a decade in terms of tourism numbers, with over 380,000 overnight guests recorded by the end of the year, a 10-per-cent increase on 2013’s figures

On the move

Peter Evans has been elected President of the US Travel Insurance Association (UStiA) for the 2015-2016 term

Company brief

April Travel Protection, a US-based provider of insurance products for travellers, has hit on a novel way of marketing itself to potential customers.

Health matters

Travellers worried about a recent case of rabies observed in a domestic dog in France have been reassured by the UK National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC).

International Healthcare

Health insurance specialist Pacific Prime has reviewed the methodology used in its annual IPMI industry reports, and explained that care should be taken when drawing hard and fast conclusions from data

Insurance matters

The British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) has become an official supporter of the Inclusion@Lloyd’s initiative to promote diversity and inclusion in the Lloyd’s & London market

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Tony Brown looks at whether older travellers are paying over the odds for cover