After an employee dies due to an asbestos-related illness, one employer and its insurer face a lawsuit from the surviving family.
The Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter designation is seen as the gold standard of insurance designations. But is it worth the time and effort?
The COVID-19 pandemic sped up the adoption of claims technology, but many tools were already in place and poised for growth.
The SAFE and CLAIMS acts could make it easier for recreational cannabis businesses to open bank accounts and obtain insurance, potentially opening up the marketplace.
In an industry with a looming talent gap that’s already showing its effects, the 2021 Rising Stars are something to celebrate.
A compilation of the latest announcements, partnerships and products that are likely to have an impact on the insurance industry today.
Among the 2021 Power Brokers are the 2021 Rising Stars. This next wave of insurance brokering talent sat down with Risk & Insurance to discuss their respective journeys within the insurance industry.
The Power Broker® Rising Stars’ Class of 2021 are already shaping the industry for a new vision of the future of brokerage.
Now more than ever, culture plays a role in the success of workers’ compensation organizations.
Soaring losses have underwriters raising rates while backers insist on greater coverage. Developers are caught in the middle.
The ability to construct a well-run risk management program does not matter on organization size but on the continuous effort dedicated to your program.
The quirky and profound ways in which insurance and risk management impact our lives.
An industry-first partnership will facilitate better outcomes for injured workers by increasing accountability and collaboration.
Anita Zaccaro went from working for famous musicians to brokering commercial insurance.
When a set of Las Vegas restaurants seek insurance coverage for lost income due to COVID, the court must decide it the policy fits.
2021 RIMS President Ellen Dunkin of Amalgamated Life Insurance shares her story and how she worked to get risk management face time with upper management.
As the wave of cryptocurrency use continues to surge, sometimes it’s hard not to miss the simplicity of writing a check.
A development company that thinks it’s got it all together falls apart when it paves over its embedded culture of entitlement, gender and racial bias.
Farmers Insurance is on the hook for $25 million after the Oklahoma Attorney General alleged the insurer’s earthquake policy violates the Oklahoma Consumer Protection Act.
While an end to the COVID-19 pandemic may be in sight, it won’t be back to business as usual. The transition will come with its own set of business opportunities as well as financial and operational risks.