Graeme Trudgill, technical and corporate affairs executive for BIBA, said that insurance is fair to people and "very specific to the individual", so each policy taken out is helping to give an accurate estimate of risk.
His comments followed the publication of the AA British Insurance Premium Index, which showed that fraud is leading to car insurance premiums being pushed up at their fastest-ever rate due to bogus claims.
Mr Trudgill said that those in insurance sales jobs are nevertheless doing their best to ensue that people receive the lowest possible premium for their policy.
He advised: "Don't just stick to comparison sites because they have only a limited amount of the market. Through a broker you can be advised more about what is the cheapest but also most suitable."
Posted by Wayne Bly
Source: The Sales Executive News