Lots of words get overused and many of them misused, but for the hospital workers during COVID-19, ‘hero’ is the perfect word to use.
Good risk management requires a complete understanding of what your final deliverable will be.
After having two children while in law school, helping to manage wildfire risk in western states is not so scary for Aon’s Cynthia Fee.
As states continue to review marijuana legality, professionals in the workers’ compensation space are reviewing the benefits and burdens.
Employers who use best practices in investigating FMLA violations tend to do better in court.
Are cryptocurrency companies ready to embrace captives as a potential insurance solution?
How one executive got his fellow board members, employees and coworkers to conform to his methods of efficiency.
CBI coverage could offer another avenue for insureds seeking to recoup losses stemming from the economic shutdown.
Austin Oldham talks about higher education risk management, how COVID has changed the game and his connection to enhancing the profession.
Insureds can expect carriers to place even tighter restrictions on business interruption insurance going forward.
Adapting to new demands, meeting client expectations, and thinking ahead to the next challenge are all necessary to thrive in a period of disruption.
As more is understood about the aftereffects of COVID-19, here are some of the ways the pandemic has already started to change how organizations conduct business.
At the onset of the novel coronavirus lockdowns, Helmsman Management Services quickly jumped into action so its claims teams could continue providing care to injured workers without missing a beat.
Directors & officers were already gearing up for a hardening market when the coronavirus pandemic came into play; here’s how they are balancing insureds’ needs with the growing challenges of the time.
As video monitoring technology grows in sophistication, contractors and owners can devote these essential resources toward strong, safe and successful construction projects.
Spikes in claim frequency and severity are expected across employment, professional and general liability lines in the fallout from the pandemic.
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.