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The latest court decisions impacting risk management and the insurance industry.
The trend toward outsized jury awards continues, while pregnancy discrimination claims are on the rise.
A Butler University Risk Management professor is urging Congress to pass a pandemic risk insurance backdrop.
Current advances are paving the way for true touchless claim technology — a game-changer that is sorely necessary in the tricky commercial auto sector.
Coronavirus is causing massive disruptions and losses to businesses. Here’s where insurance may help.
A recent study of preparedness for various types of data breach shows that many companies are struggling to keep up with emerging exposures.
A burdensome focus on compliance can delay claims closure and return-to-work. New technologies could free up claims adjuster’s time.
The latest court decisions and the impact they have on risk management and the insurance industry.
Lack of standard terminology and misreporting of losses has contributed to confusion over the value of cyber coverage, but policies are performing as intended and the market is enjoying steady growth.
Workers’ comp benefits apply to more people than ever before. Adjusting rates to increased demand is morally and financially unacceptable without sufficient benefits.
As the cost of health care keeps climbing and the general liability market hardens, accident & health policies are providing a critical extra layer of protection.
The growing prevalence of mental health concerns is spilling over into the realm of workplace safety and injury recovery.
When the insurer of hip-hop artist Fat Joe refused to pay under its music professional liability policy, Fat Joe and his record label took the insurer to court.
When all stakeholders understand the direction care will take, it is easier to prevent care delays and avoid harmful treatment missteps.
With a market in transition, both primary and excess casualty lines are experiencing rate increases. But insurers are identifying ways to approach the changing landscape.
Construction sites are not only busy, they can be dangerous, expensive to operate and the projects themselves can take years to complete.
According to a report by The Hanover, small business owners view property damage as largest threat during the next five years. But are they overlooking cyber?
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.
While several significant trends impacted insurance in 2019, three in particular are likely to gain even more traction in 2020.