Liberty Mutual Insurance offers a wide range of insurance products and services, including general liability, property, commercial automobile, excess casualty and workers compensation.
For those working to effectively manage tough-to-insure risks, focusing on risk control fundamentals and partnering with a carrier that offers capacity and resources can help strategically mitigate exposures.
For buyers and brokers working to effectively manage tough-to-insure risks such as property and cyber, focusing on risk control fundamentals and partnering with a carrier that offers capacity and resources can help strategically mitigate exposures.
Though a potential global recession looms on the horizon, there is still much risk management teams can do to chart a course forward.
The war in Europe, inflationary pressures, and the ongoing fallout from a global pandemic are all contributing to supply chain disruption across many industries. Insureds need a risk management partner who can meet their needs as a consultant, in addition to providing tailor-made coverage.
Cyber events are no longer just about data encryption; medical facilities must be aware of the interconnected risks at play that could leave them open to larger liability claims.
While an end to the COVID-19 pandemic may be in sight, it won’t be back to business as usual. The transition will come with its own set of business opportunities as well as financial and operational risks.
As pressures build for the health care industry, alternative methods to provide care are growing, but places like urgent care clinics and home health providers still have their risks.
Technological, social and economic trends are converging to complicate liability exposure, driving up claim frequency and severity. Here’s what every company needs to know about this rapidly shifting landscape.
Technology is changing the game for U.S. manufacturers, boosting productivity and driving renewed competition. Adapting quickly may reap big rewards, but also creates unforeseen liability risks.