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Industries with higher rates of soft tissue injury can help better protect workers with ergonomic sensors. A recent pilot program with five companies demonstrates compelling benefits.
Financial struggles are forcing rural facilities to close at a rapid pace. Decisions to sell or shave costs increase management liability and medical malpractice exposure.
Captives should adapt to their parent companies’ changing risk profiles. Following this plan helps risk managers identify and execute necessary changes.
As cyber risks intertwine with property, fidelity, professional liability and reputation exposures, comprehensive insurance coverage and services become paramount.
The demand for fast delivery is driving the growth of city warehouses, but these urban facilities present unique property and safety challenges for wholesale distributors.
When it comes to managing risk, there are four options: accept the risk, ignore or dismiss the risk, transfer the risk, and lastly, mitigate the risk.
Clear communication, fast, and reliable funding, accurate reporting and compliance with state law are all critical to a positive outcome.
With promises to bring insurance into the 21st century, Insuretech firms make headlines. But only some are making a real difference in the way the industry works today.
Healthcare organizations under cost-containment pressure don’t want to see premiums rise, but increased risk, costly claims, and stagnant rates threaten to destabilize the insurance market.
Social engineering, phishing and crypto-currency burglary all represent evolving methods of theft that challenge traditional crime and cyber policies.
Construction companies are not exempt from the dangers of cyber crime.
Harvey, Irma and Maria highlighted key risks property owners may be overlooking in their crisis management plans. With another active season on the horizon, the time to prepare is now.
Contractors need a tech-driven answer to increase worker safety and productivity on the jobsite.
Stop your small business from being the next victim by working with an insurer who can offer tailored solutions to fit your needs.
Not investing in a good fire suppression system exposes equipment owners to numerous fire hazards, which can wipe out valuable heavy equipment.
As the cyber risk evolution continues, coverage gaps will only grow without innovative solutions.
The opioid crisis is the most significant trend impacting social service organizations’ ability to manage risk.
Despite the rapid growth of engaging in overseas business, many U.S. corporations remain uninformed of and critically underinsured for their international risks.
Your exposure to non-physical damage business interruption may be more significant than you think.
Plan ahead for this major European shift to limit your multinational exposures.
Multinational companies need programs tailored to their unique exposures.