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An event at the 2021 Paralympic Games prompted this risk professional to rethink the way society uses the term “disability.”
When a group of shareholders file suit against their company’s acquirer, they are faced with counterclaims of fraud and must defend themselves in court.
The decision for many to not receive the COVID-19 vaccine impacts the masses in several ways.
You wouldn’t swim in shark-infested waters because of the risk. So why do we see people willing to risk their lives by disregarding a vaccine that works?
A golf cart accident at a county fair leads to a court battle between the cart’s owner and its insurer.
Aon’s Adam Bixby shares how he launched his career as an ethical hacker, consulting for companies on their cyber risk profiles.
Not knowing something is not inherently a bad thing, but we must own up to the things we don’t know lest we decide willful ignorance be our guiding path.
A flawed approach to reporting property values leads to big losses for an insured.
The Wholesale & Specialty Insurance Association (WSIA) Annual Marketplace is back in person this November 16-19.
While Bermuda’s captive industry has experienced relative success since its inception, it now faces a major setback following new G7 regulations.
A group of hotels in New Hampshire bring forth COVID-related BI claims to their insurers. The court rules in their favor.
Nurse case managers have the experience and the will to take the lead in delivering the biopsychosocial model of injured worker recovery.
The Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation (IICF) was founded 27 years ago by executives looking to help others. Now, the foundation’s reach has spanned across the U.S. and overseas.
An injured worker’s initial experience with the workers’ compensation process can be daunting, but an advocacy-based approach can ease concerns, reduce friction and create a healthier, more productive outcome for both worker and employer.
By doubling down on company culture, JetBlue reduced its total incurred loss by almost 60% in five years.
In a challenging medical professional liability market, many insureds may be eyeing a carrier change. Ownership structure should be a deciding factor.
Mosaic Insurance celebrates six months of operation and highlights its key milestones so far.
Facing off against a pandemic, these risk managers were in the front lines, protecting clients, employees and the bottom line.
This university president moved quickly to preserve student mental health during the onset of the pandemic by living in the dorms.
Waste Management’s Jeff Bennett worked to make sure employee health was a priority through both COVID-19 and a major acquisition.