The objectives of the UK Deafness Claims Working Party are to:
- facilitate market wide data collection exercises, quarterly, to help understand the claims notifications in a post LASPO claims environment
- potentially develop relationships with claimant solicitors to understand their issues, motivations and drivers
- continue to develop relationships with other relevant parties to collectively understand issues as they evolve
- continue to develop a relationship with the HSE and understand how such a relationship can be mutually beneficial
- continue to investigate the potential to develop exposure based methodologies to help understand the future impact of deafness claims on the insurance market.
There is no intention to estimate an overall UK Insurance Market impact due to deafness claims.
- 2017 Q4 deafness claims aggregated data
- 2017Q2 deafness claims aggregated data
- 2017Q1 deafness claims aggregated data
- 2016Q4 deafness claims aggregated data
- 2016Q2 deafness claims aggregated data
- 2015Q4 deafness claims aggregated data
- 2015Q3 deafness claims aggregated data
- 2015Q2 deafness claims aggregated data
- 2015Q1 deafness claims aggregated data
- 2014Q4 deafness claims aggregated data
- 2014Q3 deafness claims aggregated data
Papers and presentations
- What next for noise induced hearing loss claims? (GIRO 2015)
- Working Party update (CIGI, 2015)
- Working Party update (GIRO, 2013)
- Update from Asbestos and Deafness Working Parties (CIGI, 2013)
- Survey - August 2012
- 9 November 2017
- 7 October 2013
- 1 May 2013
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