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Interconnectivity’s latest lesson: International human-to-human contact and the risk of passing a virus from one person to another.
A spirit of collaboration has helped this public sector broker find creative solutions for his clients.
When a man is wrongfully convicted for the murder of his wife, he sues the county that imprisoned him. The court must decide if the county’s insurer is on the hook for defense fees.
By using technology, workers’ comp will no longer be the laggard in the health care world.
As hardening markets drive businesses to explore other options, public sector risk pools offer lessons in alternative methods of risk management.
Commercial insurance has put forth a concerted effort to cultivate young professional interest in the industry as it faces a looming talent gap.
The movement seeks to treat injured workers as consumers and caters to their on-demand service expectations.
The coronavirus has already impacted the D&O space, and many expect losses to keep climbing.
The true story of trailblazing, claims negotiations, and the wisest woman in the world.
While businesses are shuttered thanks to COVID-19, property maintenance shouldn’t be out of sight, out of mind. Here are the risks owners face if closure and reopening isn’t done with care.
The pandemic blossomed due to global interconnectedness. With business travel limited for the foreseeable future, the industry is changing faster — and sooner — than anticipated.
The wound left by COVID-19 is deep. Ripping off the bandage quickly will not promote swift healing and could re-open the wound.
COVID-19 revealed weaknesses in traditional methods of risk management. The lessons learned can help create a stronger global economy.
The court must decide if a professional liability policy will cover a doctor accused of sexual misconduct.
For Brett Dahl, education in the risk management profession is better than ever, but more can be done to promote this exciting career.
The Supreme Court sides with health insurers, ruling the federal government did indeed owe the $12 billion deficit to the carriers.
Workers’ comp exposures are changing rapidly. Employers need clinical partners with the expertise and technological tools to adapt quickly.
Resiliency in times of crisis is paramount for any business, but to remain resilient requires promptly adapting to changes and staying ahead of crucial risks.
Historically ignored in workers’ comp, psychosocial factors take center stage in this behavioral health company’s approach to treatment and recovery.
From coronavirus concerns to sexual misconduct and privacy protection, these are some of the prominent risks public entities face.