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2017 Power Broker Mary Pontillo talks to R&I about her love of the Fine Arts business.
Pinpointing whether a particular injury was work-related challenges physicians and employers. Some schemers take advantage.
Insurers struggle to respond to a new regulation governing sanitary food transportation.
Foolish or negligent behavior leads to many an outrageous lawsuit or insurance claim.
Bringing manufacturing back might seem appealing, but the movement brings with it a host of risks.
A lawsuit being argued in California could drastically change UR workers' comp statutes and drive costs through the roof.
A man working outdoors injured himself falling from a tree. The court was left to decide whether the injury fell within the scope of his employment.
Disclosure requests on policy applications can create a minefield of exposures for insureds. Tread carefully.
The 2017 Insurance Executives to Watch shoulder pressing responsibilities in a global competition for customers, talent and top-line growth; and that’s just fine with them.
The U.S. government may raise the minimum salary threshold on paying overtime to white collar workers.
Demand is growing for kidnap, ransom and extortion insurance, with a specific need for real-time security intelligence around the world.
Research-based engineering and predictive analytics help underwriters take on bigger risks.
More states are offering workers’ comp benefits to first responders suffering from post-traumatic stress.
The court considers whether an off-premises injury occurred within the course of employment.
Predictive analytics models are useless if their implementation lacks the necessary resources.
Physical contact between students and teachers in one Minnesota school district tripled over the past five years.
Working through realistic scenarios, veteran workers' compensation experts pointed out flaws in claims management.