Insurance giant Prudential has once again hailed its fast-growing Asian business for helping drive a solid rise in annual profits.
Insurer Direct Line warned of a potentially “material” hit to the group if the UK crashes out of the EU without a deal, as it posted a drop in annual earnings.
A man has been charged with insurance fraud after he was caught on video appearing to fake a workplace fall.
Police in Scotland are targeting uninsured drivers in a crackdown which aims to remove them from the country’s roads.
Car insurance premiums are back on the increase following a period of falls as vehicle repairs become more costly, according to an index.
A man who lost his wife and two sons in a shop explosion that killed five people has described the men who engineered the blast for an insurance payout as “inhuman”.
Financial analysts are the UK’s worst drivers, according to an insurance provider.
A Tayside pensioner who drove without insurance has been banned from driving for 12 months.
A Dundee man has been fined after he was caught driving without insurance.
Car owners in Dundee are paying an average of £46 more in car insurance than this time last year, new figures have revealed.
A car thief was caught just an hour after launching his raid - after its owner tracked it using a mobile phone app thanks to the black box fitted by his insurance company.
A Dundee woman has been left without a car and £1,600 out of pocket after a motorcyclist smashed into her vehicle.
Vandals caused more than £55,000 worth of damage to Dundee City Council vehicles in just two years.
A Dundee business owner claims she has been left out of pocket after her shop was flooded three times.
Police have seized more than 200 vehicles in an insurance crackdown.
The police are launching a clampdown targeting the illegal use of uninsured vehicles on the roads in Dundee, Tayside and the north east.
Hundreds of motorists are having their cars taken from them by police every year for driving while uninsured, the Tele can reveal.
Holyrood Transport Minister Humza Yousaf made an "honest mistake" after a routine roadside check found he was driving with no insurance.
A Broughty Ferry woman who has been left wheelchair-bound after a fall on an “uneven” pavement has lodged a claim against Angus Council.
Hayleigh Curtis quite possibly has the best job in the world.