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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.
After a hailstorm damage claim was denied, both insurer and its adjuster were called as defendants in court as co-conspirators. The court had to decide.
When KVG Properties tenants ‘remodeled’ their rented space for illegal marijuana growing operations, the landlord looked for coverage under its policy, but the insurer refused.
Fire and flood are some of a museum’s worries. Theft, loan gaps and vandalism top the list.
Thomas Warsop is committed to focusing on integrated solutions that drive down the total cost of risk and deliver high-quality outcomes for York’s clients.
Appointed president of Ironshore North America Specialty, Matt Dolan places his focus on solutions — not just conventional products.
Winter home preparation starts with finding the smart solutions, from whole-house generators to water shut-off systems. Here are a few more winterization tips for your high net worth clients.
Because accidents happen, the strategies an employer implements at the start of a workers’ comp claim will dictate if it becomes a legal affair. Two experts share how to avoid just that.
Customers’ credit cards used between September 2014 and February 2016 were compromised when a hotel chain found its system had been breached.
The property market was in the hot seat coming out of 2017 and into 2018. But it’s the commercial insurance market that saw a ‘stealthy’ firming.
Chia-Chia Chang, public health analyst for the CDC, sat down to discuss how linking health to safety practices cuts lost time and enhances worker well-being.
Advertising Design Inc. employees paid out four transactions totaling $115,595 before realizing they were part of an email scheme.
From medical to recreational, marijuana laws are changing across the board. Here’s a look back on some 2018 cannabis decisions and facts and what they could mean for workers’ comp.
An FedEx worker was offered light duty work after injury, but the worker claimed she was unable to do it and filed for temporary disability.
Tennessee’s Abbie Hudgens and Georgia’s Frank McKay share their take on the regulatory changes impacting workers’ comp at this year’s NWCDC.
Parents and school personnel work to protect children while at school, yet the effectiveness of this billion-dollar safety industry is coming into question.
Regulatory trends can leave a lasting impact on workers’ comp. The economy and technological advancement are two ways in which the industry is changing. But that’s not all.
Protests at Google show the very real threat internal reputation can pose if employees feel their company no longer has their best interests in mind.
Sean O’Connell, Jason Wren and Wendy Sue Ash join Aon’s Construction Service Group.
In just four years, Starbucks Coffee Company changed the way workers’ comp claims were handled by placing the process in the hands of its partners.