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Every risk management crisis undergoes a similar set of processes. When it comes to the pandemic, many are still wondering when the crisis will actually start to dissipate.
Language is constantly evolving, but that doesn’t mean the industry shouldn’t stick to what’s already working.
Risk Placement Services’ senior property broker Lisa Duncan shares her introduction to the industry, her thoughts on its future and what’s kept her motivated day in and day out.
A compilation of the latest announcements, partnerships and products that are likely to have an impact on the insurance industry today.
There’s no question telehealth has gained traction, but will it last in workers’ comp beyond the pandemic?
Global risk management director Michael Lubben speaks to the challenges of understanding business exposures and the impact of data analytics on the industry.
State legislatures have updated reporting guidelines around childhood sexual abuse and molestation claims. Now public schools are stepping up.
The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic forced claims professionals to adapt quickly and proactively. It also gave professionals the opportunity to visualize a new type of work environment.
Companies looking to find sufficient and affordable coverage in uncertain times are turning to E&S for solutions.
As government mandates on COVID-19 shut down businesses, many have sought restitution through their business interruption policies.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made an already-hardening insurance market in the health care sector even harder.
When the world was ravaged by a global pandemic, the insurance industry stepped up in its response.
After years of an impersonal culture that focused on transaction management, workers’ compensation is often looked at through a negative lens instead of as a benefit — but that is all changing.
In March, a large container ship blocked the Suez Canal for six days, costing nearly $400 million an hour in global trade losses. Now, cargo and vessel owners are asking, “Who foots the bill?”
Always known as the market of innovation, E&S insurers are leveraging flexibility and creativity to help customers solve problems.
Every year, severe weather costs approximately $630 billion for the U.S. But this is not a property issue alone; several lines are feeling the strain.
Litigated claims could impact reputation and market share in ways no policy can cover. Here’s how proactive risk mitigation reduces the expense.
When one hotel management company was in the middle of a remodel on one of its hotels, mold was discovered growing on the premises.