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Significant workers' compensation legal decisions from around the country.
Providers are developing new strategies for keeping up with advances in prosthetics and finding the best options for injured workers.
Ease of access and limitations on usage make this game-changing health care delivery method a popular choice for patients and a palatable risk for underwriters.
Major vessel loss frequency and cost trends pressure marine underwriters.
A call for reexamining claims-management philosophies and reshaping how injured workers are thought of.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
Carriers continue their vital role of helping insureds mitigate risks and promote safety.
A worker suffered a fall injury on his way out of the building. His employer argued the fall occurred outside the scope of his employment.
Chubb's fine arts team takes pride in returning a treasured piece of art to a Philadelphia-area family.
As seas rise, so does the risk that buyers will become leery of taking on mortgages along our coasts.
More employers are taking formal steps toward addressing the workplace cost of distracted driving.
A judge ruled an employer erred when it terminated an injured worker's benefits because he failed to report proceeds from the sale of a horse.
Companies can design a captive to respond to their No. 1 asset: their reputation.
The shift from legacy to cloud-based systems is unlocking new benefits and new possibilities for employers and other claims payers.
Duty of care may seem like a simple concept. But think again, it is hard to execute competently.
Consolidation and related coverage issues have marine risk managers and underwriters scrambling.
Risk managers share their experiences selecting RMIS systems and leveraging their full potential.
A shrinking insurance market drives interest in captive solutions for the transportation industry.