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Our work lives may never be the same post COVID-19. As disturbing and, in too many cases, acutely painful as this pandemic has been, perhaps there is room for hope in that idea.
Someone decided on the term ‘social inflation’ when in fact, it’s just the opposite of social.
Cyber due diligence for M&A insurance is as important as it is for financial and legal matters.
New technologies and medical innovations are coming. Is workers’ comp ready?
Already grappling with a shaky run due to several years of massive Nat CATs, the E&S market is facing even larger hurdles thanks to COVID-19.
United by their award-winning brokering skills, these young professionals are showing the world what it takes to succeed in the insurance space.
The Power Broker® Rising Stars’ Class of 2020 are already shaping the industry for a new vision of the future of brokerage.
Resiliency through multiple catastrophes requires years of disciplined underwriting and portfolio management, and the ability to think beyond immediate risks.
Hala Helm’s success in risk management is equal parts hard work and unconventional determination as she continues to refuse to stay in her lane.
How employers can keep employees safe and engaged while planning for life after the pandemic.
As the economic effects of COVID-19 rage on, many business interruption losses won’t be covered, threatening insurers with grueling litigation for years to come.
COVID-19’s reach is still being felt; here are just some of the risks and losses several industries are already realizing.
This Marsh broker already has extensive accolades under her belt, and she’s just getting started.
Teaching employees proper body mechanics can help prevent injuries and reduce musculoskeletal risk.
The United States continues to shelter-in-place to flatten the curve of coronavirus cases. Good risk managers must view the possibility of a spike in future cases as a matter of when, not if.
When a man wrongfully convicted was finally exonerated, he sued the county and police officers who put him behind bars. The county turned to its insurer for damages.
Business interruption claims a-plenty are rolling in after the novel coronavirus effectively shut down many non-essential businesses in the U.S.
When an insured faces two underlying elder abuse claims, it turns to its insurer for coverage under its professional liability policy.
If you employ “industrial athletes,” having the right occupational health care professional on hand goes a long way in preventing injury and keeping employees safe.
With general liability losses mounting, risk managers need an insurance partner that stays on top of the trends and knows how to respond.