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London Borough of Islington/Homes for Islington Leasehold Insurance Policy. Islington Leaseholder Association Meeting 10 th November 2010. Representatives from JLT Public Sector Risks. Julia Reffell – Executive Director Alison Goodwin – Account Executive

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london borough of islington homes for islington leasehold insurance policy

London Borough of Islington/Homes for IslingtonLeasehold Insurance Policy

Islington Leaseholder Association Meeting

10th November 2010

representatives from jlt public sector risks
Representatives from JLT Public Sector Risks
  • Julia Reffell – Executive Director
  • Alison Goodwin – Account Executive
  • JLT are the appointed insurance broker to London Borough of Islington in respect of the Leasehold Insurance Policy
agenda
Agenda
  • Structure Chart
  • Claims terminology
  • Claims experience and analysis of claims
  • Application of policy excess
  • Questions and answers
claims terminology
Claims Terminology
  • Total Loss Paid
  • The amount actually paid by insurers to the insured for incurred claims
  • Current Reserve
  • The amount that is reserved at that point against all claims but which has not yet been paid
  • Total Cost Incurred
  • The total sum of the Total Claims Paid and Total Claims Reserve
  • Loss Ratio
  • The Total Cost Incurred divided by Total Premium Paid for one insurance period
claims experience and analysis of claims
Claims experience and analysis of claims
  • Five year claims experience
  • The claims data for the 2010/2011 period of insurance is for the period 1st April 2010 to 30th September 2010. We have therefore used the same premium proportion (i.e. 6 months) to provide an accurate loss ratio.
  • Date of Preparation : 30th September
  • Source of Information : Ocaso SA UK
claims experience and analysis of claims7
Claims experience and analysis of claims
  • Claims split by peril for 2009/2010
application of policy excess
Application of policy excess

Current policy excess

  • £150 in respect of escape of water
  • £1,000 in respect of subsidence, landslip or heave
  • £100 in respect of all other claims

Payment of policy excess

  • In respect of each and every flat

So in the event of an escape of water that affects 2 leasehold flats, each leaseholder has to pay their own excess (total value of excesses paid £300)

  • In respect of each and every loss

So if one flat suffers 3 separate incidents of water damage, 3 lots of excess i.e. £450 will be payable by the leaseholder

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The leaseholder is always responsible for payment of their policy excess

When an Insurance policy is in joint names (London Borough of Islington and leaseholders) the insurer can not make a recovery from the other insured party, even if they believe this party are responsible for the damage.

Ocaso can only recover settled claims where they believe a third party (i.e. not when the leaseholder or London Borough of Islington) has been negligent so they could consider a recovery from

  • A contractor
  • A tenant

You can only recover your own money so Ocaso can not recover a leaseholders excess on their behalf nor could a leaseholder recover Ocaso’s money

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Tenants

It is not Ocaso’s policy to recover paid claim costs from tenants for a number of reasons.

    • The degree of investigation that is required in proving the tenant is negligent
    • The costs of making the recovery balanced against the likely success