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This report from Swiss Re sheds light on the latest trends in global economic recovery following the peak of the COVID crisis.
After several weeks of trying to push for approval, Aon and Willis Towers Watson have mutually agreed to terminate merger agreements.
After a livestock farm employee is gored by a bull during the job, he received coverage for all related medications. But when the payments stop, the worker files a negligence claim against the insurer.
Brandon Sampson of Limb Lab discusses how listening to injured workers who’ve experienced a traumatic amputation while on the job is the best step toward success.
Houston Medical Health Care System required its employees to be vaccinated for COVID-19 in March. By May, several employees filed suit against the hospital.
Aon and Willis Towers Watson announced their intended merger this spring. The U.S. Department of Justice took note.
QBE’s Todd Jones reflects on his career, market trends and what it takes to build a talented team to not only work with but also grow alongside.
When it comes to operating an agribusiness, here are the top risks owners and operators must keep an eye on.
When a gas station is notified of a vapor leak, it turns to its insurer for aid. But the insurer says no dice, because the actual property the gas station is on received no damage.
State legislatures have updated reporting guidelines around childhood sexual abuse and molestation claims. Now public schools are stepping up.
As government mandates on COVID-19 shut down businesses, many have sought restitution through their business interruption policies.
When one hotel management company was in the middle of a remodel on one of its hotels, mold was discovered growing on the premises.
After an employee dies due to an asbestos-related illness, one employer and its insurer face a lawsuit from the surviving family.
The Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter designation is seen as the gold standard of insurance designations. But is it worth the time and effort?
When a set of Las Vegas restaurants seek insurance coverage for lost income due to COVID, the court must decide it the policy fits.
Farmers Insurance is on the hook for $25 million after the Oklahoma Attorney General alleged the insurer’s earthquake policy violates the Oklahoma Consumer Protection Act.
NFP Management Corp. has taken great strides to enhance its diversity and inclusion initiatives, showing that such efforts in captives are a necessary step forward.
A real estate developer faces two lawsuits for soil grading issues. When it looks to its geotechnical engineer’s insurer for help, the court has to step in.
Why would a manufacturing plant want the same ergonomics program that an office building has in place? The easy answer: It wouldn’t.
Zack Craft of One Call discusses empowering injured workers by utilizing the technology available. Here’s how he’s seen success.