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Better tools, more data and more computing power mean that actuaries and insurers can apply predictive analytics in new ways.
For motor carriers, a key to protecting themselves against all types of claims is having broad insurance coverage.
Left turns and distracted driving are two of the risks that fleet managers can directly impact.
Aspen Insurance’s Onshore Construction team demonstrates how a dedicated specialty market can compete and continue to grow by attracting top talent, building relationships and maintaining sound underwriting principles and discipline.
By appointing a local CEO, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions looks to tap into Canada's commercial insurance market and its tremendous growth potential.
As the U.S. economy continues to evolve, no other insurance segment will be better able to meet the demands of a rapidly changing liability landscape than the E&S market.
Two scenarios demonstrate how employment practices risk for most companies lies in more mundane, everyday oversights.
Including first responder mental health coverage in workers’ compensation calls for a shift in the definitions of a workplace injury and compensable treatment.
Small businesses can remedy these critical safety risks in the modern workplace.
As regulatory and legislative changes continue to unfold, Nationwide's loss control services build longevity and help insureds weather new risk exposures.
As the industry begins its slow recovery, both insurers and energy producers will benefit from partnerships proven to stand the tests of time and adversity.
Liberty Mutual's claims management framework can help businesses tackle challenges as they come, including medical marijuana.
Modern medicine and biotechnology accomplish amazing feats with cutting edge technology, but they are confronting complex and changing regulations.
The relaxed underwriting characteristic of a soft market, paired with an evolving risk like cyber, can spell trouble for brokers and clients.
An abundance of data and analytics technology creates both threats and opportunities for insurers.
Events that trigger non-physical economic loss threaten to bring insurers' operations to a standstill, unless they are prepared.
These days, businesses of all sizes have some connection to a foreign market and send more employees on the road. That's why they should partner with experts in global assistance so that they can continue to be experts in their own industry.
Tackling complex litigation like construction defects requires an adjuster with expertise in navigating the key pain points on the road to claim resolution.
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions is building on their complex claims legacy and expending it outward, leveraging their expertise and support to branch into the primary casualty market.
As technology grows more sophisticated, so do hackers. Insurers must do their best to adapt and keep up.