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Gallagher’s Eric Copple presents a to-do list of manageable tasks to improve organizational risk management.
Pipeline explosions are scary and can be deadly; but ample insurance capacity is available.
The federal government shutdown will eventually reduce funding to the federal courts. That in turn will create a bottleneck and delay workers' comp claims.
After narrowly escaping being hit by a moving vehicle, one man sought basic reparation benefits. But his home state of Kentucky didn't find him eligible.
When a childish chase leads to broken bones, the court must decide whether the injury is covered by workers' comp.
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.
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Coffee giant Starbucks and other restaurateurs are grappling with safety issues surrounding needles and other hazardous objects being left on their premises.
Kudos to AIG for having an insurance tagline that make sense. Others might want to revisit the drawing board.
When a worker who was exposed to asbestos for his entire career tried to put forth a workers' comp claim for lead exposure, the court looked at his former ailments to decide.
Organizations looking to integrate facial recognition technology into their security systems must consider it may not always be the best alternative.
Rebecca Cady at Children’s National is keeping on top of the growing risks impacting health care, including cyber security, reputational risk and maintaining vendor relationships.