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Numerous risks, from theft to political unrest, can disrupt cargo shipments. Presented by Travelers.
Drones are creating public safety hazards, and there’s little that can be done.
The emergence of specialty drugs in the workers’ comp market comes with a new set of complexities and a hefty price tag.
Who needs the Scaffold Law? Maybe construction workers should just stop working instead.
With capacity ample, project cargo insurers emphasize project management.
Dan Holden’s first risk management job was as a field claim manager with Wausau when he was 22.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry, including an EPA proceeding that was defined as a lawsuit and whether a hunting club’s insurer must pay for a shooting injury.
The marine market is primed for expansion, with billions pointed toward U.S. infrastructure improvements.
A limited number of stand-alone policies are available to cover reputation risk while insureds wait for the industry to develop more solutions.
Expressing appreciation to work colleagues, partners and clients can pay dividends.
An equipment breakdown harms a company and kills a career.
A probe of the nutritional supplement industry may be costly for insurers as well as brand reputations.
There are great benefits and challenges associated with improving safety in health care institutions.
Engaged workers are less likely to be injured on the job and more likely to return to work if they do suffer an injury.
Asking applicants about crime convictions creates employment liability exposure.
E&S insurers and brokers are scrambling for market share, but remain confident of future growth.
An injured dock worker claims he’s eligible for the higher benefit levels available under the Longshoreman’s Act.