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The need for a more diverse and inclusive workforce has been thrust to the fore as Americans urge for equality and social justice.
After a lighthouse renovation project burns, its developer looks to its insurers for help, only to be met with denials and disputes.
In an underlying complaint, one contracted worker filed suit against his employer after his wages were withheld.
Kurt Leisure of the Cheesecake Factory is constantly looking for ways to improve, grow and innovate the risk management programs in place.
This Risk All Star knows that strong relationships and collaboration help companies succeed in spite of uncertainty.
Large auto insurers offered rebates at the onset of the coronavirus shutdowns, but some consumers believe it was not enough.
GCDC Grilled Cheese Bar is just one company reeling from business interruption losses amid mandatory COVID-19 shutdowns.
The court determined the insurer was off the hook for fraudulent kickbacks totaling more than $3 million.
When a state health care plan denies a librarian coverage for transition surgery, she takes her case to the courts.
Despite the challenges of COVID-19, the case management service adapted by committing to a balance between telehealth and in-person care.
Extended use of masks may lead to breathing issues, particularly for workers wearing them for over eight hours. But there are methods to help reduce the risk.
A spirit of collaboration has helped this public sector broker find creative solutions for his clients.
When a man is wrongfully convicted for the murder of his wife, he sues the county that imprisoned him. The court must decide if the county’s insurer is on the hook for defense fees.
The court must decide if a professional liability policy will cover a doctor accused of sexual misconduct.
For Brett Dahl, education in the risk management profession is better than ever, but more can be done to promote this exciting career.
The Supreme Court sides with health insurers, ruling the federal government did indeed owe the $12 billion deficit to the carriers.
United by their award-winning brokering skills, these young professionals are showing the world what it takes to succeed in the insurance space.
Hala Helm’s success in risk management is equal parts hard work and unconventional determination as she continues to refuse to stay in her lane.
When a man wrongfully convicted was finally exonerated, he sued the county and police officers who put him behind bars. The county turned to its insurer for damages.
Business interruption claims a-plenty are rolling in after the novel coronavirus effectively shut down many non-essential businesses in the U.S.