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When the need for mental health support and resources on college campuses increased, broker Terry Lyons worked to ensure that his clients could serve their students.
Contractors and government inspectors are to blame for the shoddy construction that led to so many building collapses, but insurers can help forestall future disasters.
Ben Evans, associate vice president of risk management and insurance for the University of Pennsylvania, and 2022 Risk All Star, shares his perspectives on the risk management space.
On-site care teams and clinics are proving to be a powerful asset in workers’ comp injury management.
Research reveals what is possible when collaboration is employed to solve major challenges facing society.
Companies are now looking to parametric insurance for more than weather and seismic coverages.
Suicide risk in workers’ compensation claims is not something we can shy away from. It’s time to start asking the right questions and getting injured workers the care they need.
R&I columnist Roger Crombie argues the importance of societal rules, yet sometimes, they may not be the wisest route to take.
When it comes to predicting and preventing natural catastrophe property losses, risk professionals are finding tech solutions rooted in resiliency.
The information came to me during a self-indulgent, albeit brief, work-avoiding Google search.
Telematics and crash avoidance technologies are predicting and preventing accidents, making our roads safer.
A raft of new innovations and technologies is advancing the cause of predicting and preventing general property losses.
Data-capturing technology can help management teams evaluate the safety of nearly every workplace and, in the process, predict and prevent worker injuries.
If insurance and other entities don’t full apply the science of predicting and preventing losses, they may face unmanageable claims.
The latest announcements, partnerships and products that will have an impact on the insurance industry today.
For buyers and brokers working to effectively manage tough-to-insure risks such as property and cyber, focusing on risk control fundamentals and partnering with a carrier that offers capacity and resources can help strategically mitigate exposures.
When it comes to environmental, social and governance plans, understanding impact on talent, M&A, EPLI and more will go a long way in compliance.
A carrier’s inability to clearly assess storm claims rocks its reputation and bottom line.
Network savings, customer service, and the quality of treatment to employees are the top three factors survey respondents seek in an ancillary care network provider.
After a skin treatment gone awry, one patient at this day spa decides to sue the facility for its negligence.