Around Australia, many people are standing up in courtrooms to represent themselves, often against an adversary with deep pockets. Could you do it?
One of Australia's oldest superannuation funds is facing a backlash after a decision to dramatically increase insurance premiums for members aged over 55.
Travel insurance companies that impose blanket exclusions for mental health illnesses are promising to change their ways after an investigations finds hundreds of Australians have been discriminated against.
Joanna Boyce worked as a physiotherapist and was a talented soccer player before a car crash changed her life seven years ago, but she is yet to receive a settlement she says will cover her costs. It's a familiar tale.
With only 3-6 per cent of all pet owners signed-up for pet insurance, your best friend's unusual meal choices could leave you out of pocket.
The banking regulator has warned it may hit several financial institutions with additional capital requirements, after self-assessments conducted by banks, insurers and super funds found "material weaknesses" in governance and risk management.
A Climate Council study warns the value of Australian real estate could plunge over the next decade as climate change makes many properties uninsurable due to extreme weather events and inundation.
The new Australian Financial Complaints Authority is only six months old, but it has already seen a 43 per cent increase in complaints over its predecessors.
A court reveals recordings of Perth businessman Hossean Pourzand urging another man to set fire to the former WA headquarters of Bunnings as part of a multi-million-dollar insurance scam.
Embattled company Freedom Insurance, which came under fire at the banking royal commission for its unscrupulous sales tactics, reaches a deal to sell its policy administration business for $5 million.