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DoubleDown Casino faced legal trouble when a player brought forth a class action against the company. In court, DoubleDown’s insurer refused to defend the company.
A workers’ comp court is asked to weigh in when a workers’ testimony during a lawsuit reveals his unexpected agenda at the time of his accident.
Safety risks abound at crowded public pools, but they can be mitigated through simple steps like training and supervision.
A dental and vision benefits administrator becomes the latest victim of hackers seeking personally identifiable information.
Cyber insurance rates are going down, competition in the segment is only getting fiercer and loss ratios remain low.
AIG’s M&A Claims Intelligence Series reveals increases in the severity and long-tail nature of M&A claims — and an increased likelihood of higher rates.
Alternative energy insurers are finding that frequency and severity in solar and wind farm losses are greater than they ever imagined.
A look at recent court decisions and how their rulings have an impact on risk management and the insurance industry
When an employer received a wage and hour suit from a former employee, it contacted its insurer for coverage.
The quest to deny opioid treatment to a documented drug abuser, a telecommuter’s fall over a dog, a slip on a hand-sanitizer puddle and more.
Employers can address mental health risks by fostering a culture of openness, and offering resources that target specific mental health stressors.
When an acquired company lied on its insurance application and provided false information, it could not gain coverage for a misrepresentations suit.
When a company files for chapter 11 bankruptcy, it is up to the court to determine which insurance policy will cover an underlying misrepresentations suit.
While there is still plenty of risk transfer capacity out there, commercial insurance pricing is becoming painful in some lines.
When a driver using his personal car for business is involved in a crash, it’s left to a court to decide whether his injuries are compensable.
Total economic losses from natural catastrophes and man-made disasters in 2018 were $165 billion, and that number is only growing.
Technology can aid in determining the extent of soft tissue injuries. This should benefit both injured workers and workers’ compensation payers.
These exposures are becoming more difficult to cover thanks to worsening weather, a reliance on digital tools, and sophisticated cyber spies.
Uncapped spending on catastrophic claims and sky-high price tags for specialty drugs top the list of key employee benefits issues impacting employers.
Determining disability involves a team of players whose roles aren’t always straightforward.
A look at recent court decisions and how their rulings have an impact on risk management and the insurance industry.