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One woman’s journey to overcome paralyzing fear provided inspiration for workers’ comp professionals attending AWWC’s December 2018 leadership event.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
Insurers must focus on talent recruitment and development to grow their business.
More customers benefit from digital risk services from carriers and vendors.
Surplus lines markets rally as standard carriers lose high-risk appetite.
Catastrophic risk transfer is critical to a successful and sane risk management strategy for workers’ compensation.
Predictive analysis indicates workers’ comp rates should remain steady for the rest of 2014.
The industry makes a distinction between legitimate and illegitimate uses.
Changes implemented in Ohio over the last two years are successfully reducing opioid prescribing.
Mergers and acquisitions in the workers’ comp space are game-changers, but not always in the best ways.
Will the U.K. insurance industry face the same regulatory fate as the British press?
The growing power of millennials offers challenges to insurers.
Cloud-based technology has many advantages. Security may not be one of them.
Health care reform led to late nights and intense demands on some Power Broker® winners.
In well- run companies, everyone is “essential personnel.”
Commercial carriers must invest in technology to remain competitive.
Study: The financial risks related to reinsurance are not adequately measured.
Insurers are trimming workers’ compensation policy periods amid terrorism backstop reauthorization uncertainty.
Workers’ compensation insurance prices continue to rise, but significantly less than a year ago.
More than superficial changes are needed to compete in a sluggish economy.
Peter Eastwood and three trusted colleagues set out to build Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance.