Tag: Life Insurance

Does your insurance cover War?

By: Insurancepe October 30, 2023

With distressing news of war and conflict from different parts of the world becoming increasingly and worryingly common, we ordinary people can only hope that peace comes sooner than later,
India is aware, but remains uninsured?

By: Insurancepe September 25, 2023

The recent Financial Immunity Study 3.0 by SBI Life with Deloitte gave us a much-needed insight into India’s perception of financial immunity and the ever-widening gap between their desired financial
Life Insurance Scheme for Unorganised Sector Workers in Telangana

By: Insurancepe August 2, 2023

The Government of Telangana has announced on 30th July, 2023 that it has plans to launch a free insurance scheme for unorganised sector workers on the lines of Rythu Bima.
World No Tobacco Day

By: Insurancepe June 21, 2023

Every year we observe “World No Tobacco Day” on May 31 to remind ourselves of the dangers of cigarettes and tobacco products. Yes, even smokeless tobacco products can wreak havoc
Sir Walter Scott – Author of ‘Ivanhoe’ and ‘Rob Roy’

By: Insurancepe May 5, 2023

Sir Walter Scott was a pioneer of historical fiction. His works include Ivanhoe (one could call it the precursor to the more modern Robin Hood) and Rob Roy. An extremely
Amicable Society – Sir Robert Walpole

By: Insurancepe May 5, 2023

Sir Robert Walpole, 1st Earl of Orford, KG, PC, was a British statesman who, as First Lord of the Treasury, Chancellor of the Exchequer, and Leader of the House of
CAUSA PROXIMA or Proximate Cause Allianz v The University of Exeter

By: Insurancepe May 5, 2023

In insurance, the rule of ‘proximate cause‘ is often called into action “to determine whether an event covered by a policy or an event excluded by the policy is the
Grandmas commit insurance fraud!

By: Insurancepe May 5, 2023

In 2009, the FBI charged two old ladies with fraud for buying policies in the name of fictitious people, killing them off ‘on paper’ and staging their funerals – all
Insurance of Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie

By: Insurancepe April 10, 2023

Agatha Christie, the bestselling author of the Hercule Poirot detective novels, is so popular that her books are outsold only by the Bible and the works of Shakespeare. When Christie
Insuring Charles Dickens

By: Insurancepe April 10, 2023

In November 1841, Charles Dickens took out a life insurance policy worth £5,000 (£360,000 today). At this time, he had already published five novels including Nicholas Nickleby and Oliver Twist.