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Several important considerations must be reviewed by the health care sector as lines transition into a hard market and organizations seek to protect their capital.
Our work lives may never be the same post COVID-19. As disturbing and, in too many cases, acutely painful as this pandemic has been, perhaps there is room for hope in that idea.
Creating a backstop that will allow insurers to administrate government funding in the case of a pandemic makes good risk management sense.
Every time I see a motor vehicle operator with their head down, not looking at the road but instead looking at a cell phone, my blood boils. Why do we senselessly throw away lives when we know the right thing to do is to pass hands-free legislation?
According to this workers’ compensation industry executive, COVID-19’s influence on his sector is already being felt tangibly.
Although well-acquainted with the topic in our personal lives, in hopefully positive and enriching ways, we seldom hear the word used in a business or workplace context.
Some risk managers are suffering sticker shock due to rapidly escalating premium rates. But they are not alone. Here come the Power Brokers.
After stints at Aon, Lloyds and RSA, Haoming Zhou takes on a lead position for Starr Companies in Shanghai.
In this interview with AmTrust’s Robert Pizarro, a vice president, commercial specialty lines, R&I delves into three risks that nonprofit executives and boards better have their eyes on.
Philadelphia-based law firm Pond, LeHocky, Stern and Giordano worked to get a workers’ compensation judge fired, but then she was reinstated.
Dislocation and marked premium price increases are common in many insurance markets these days. The Hartford’s Adrien Robinson weighs in.
A fast-moving economy and just-in-time delivery are a few of the factors contributing to increased equipment failure risk.
Insurance pricing is up. Stepping to the plate is AXA XL’s Joe Tocco, who has a lot to say about the role of brokers and underwriters in navigating shifting markets.
Insurance industry professionals share their memories of Sedgwick’s Darrell Brown, who passed away in November after a brief illness.
According to data from the Urban Institute, the federal government now backstops more housing debt than at any point in history.
Rodney Escobar, director of risk management for the state of Tennessee, believes that to fuel successful risk management programs, risk managers must become savvy about using data to gain leadership buy-in.
Just because commercial insurance pricing is increasing doesn’t mean you can’t have a great renewal. And remember, the price of insurance is just one piece of the risk management puzzle.
Long a fixture in property brokering at Marsh, Duncan Ellis makes the move to AIG to be part of a revamped underwriting approach at the venerable carrier.
Partnering with technology provider helped an agricultural company lower worker’s comp costs.
Mike Pesch, CEO of Gallagher USA, started at the company as a college intern in 1991 and never looked back.