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Roger Crombie is a United Kingdom-based columnist for Risk & Insurance®. He can be reached at [email protected]
The infantilization of modern adulthood is a hidden stressor for the insurance industry.
The sort of behavior that would have the average Joe locked up seems quite acceptable when someone’s making a buck off it.
Political correctness may have good intentions, but the results lead to perdition.
Insurance companies’ labyrinthine numbering systems leave room for error.
Best insurance headline: “Lawsuit: Man Choked on Live Fish at Haunted House.”
A million years of human progress wiped out by the iPhone.
Will the U.K. insurance industry face the same regulatory fate as the British press?
In well- run companies, everyone is “essential personnel.”
A building designed to look like a “Walkie Talkie” turns out to be a death ray.
The role of insurance is often just as heroic as the exploits of emergency responders.