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Rapidly developing technology creates new risks for hospitals and doctors. Presented by Travelers.
Each year since 2011, Risk & Insurance forecasts the Most Dangerous Emerging Risks — often with uncanny accuracy.
Companies can no longer expect to conduct business out of the gaze of prying eyes.
Liability for brain injury and disease isn’t limited to professional sports organizations.
As e-cigarette usage rises, danger lies in the lack of regulations and unknown long-term health effects.
Numerous hazards add complexity for commercial real estate owners. Presented by Travelers.
The threat of hacking implantable defibrillators and other devices is already growing.
Once we deplete our aquifers, there is nothing helping us get through extended droughts.
Roger Crombie suggests that insurance policies may need to include trigger warnings.
The latest decisions impacting the industry, including an insurer’s duty to defend and a coverage dispute following an equipment explosion.
The VP of risk management for the Tutor Perini Corp. understands the value of risk management for a company’s long-term success.
If buyers are able to mitigate environmental hazards, they have enormous redevelopment opportunities.
Ten percent of respondents to AM Best have a cyber security policy.
Experts say risk management talent is needed for true integration and optimum savings.
Independent brokers value the freedom to define their culture and corporate philosophy.
When the latest technologies offer convenience at the expense of privacy, we must be conscious of where to draw the line.
Recent accidents highlight risk management challenges of long hours and tough road conditions.
The relationship between a broker and insured is determined by its nature, not by length of time.
They comprise fully one-quarter of all captives domiciled in Vermont.
The success of the captive industry in Vermont is the result of a rare, collaborative relationship between the public and private sectors.