The best of R&I and around the web, handpicked by our editors.
White papers, service directory and conferences for the R&I community.
Web replica of the print magazine.
The double whammy of the Great Resignation and the Silver Tsunami has left adjusters strapped for talent. Training programs can help rehab the industry’s reputation and build loyalty among workers.
If the principle of doing the right thing is ingrained into your company culture, acting on it will be automatic when the time comes.
The latest court cases and their impact on the risk management and insurance industry.
Existing flood maps consistently underestimate exposure, but the industry is determined to build better models.
These five legal battles offer a glimpse into how COVID-19 business interruption claims might play out post-pandemic.
While avoiding the risk of community spread by having classes exclusively online is not feasible for many colleges, the risk of spreading the virus can be reduced by banning all mass gatherings, including college football practices, on campus.
A recent study found that the San Andreas fault has a 1 in 87 probability of producing a major quake within the next year.
Experts will discuss how COVID-19 has made remote work more common. Take a look at the impact this new reality has had on the process, cycle times and culture of the industry.
Insureds can expect carriers to place even tighter restrictions on business interruption insurance going forward.
The use of biometric data is both an opportunity and a security risk that many employers are beginning to invest in.
Spikes in claim frequency and severity are expected across employment, professional and general liability lines in the fallout from the pandemic.
As the cost of video monitoring goes down and the quality improves, video monitoring will likely become ubiquitous on construction sites, thus improving safety and efficiency.
Here are the lesser-known elements driving environmental losses, and why we shouldn’t expect this trend to slow down any time soon.
When a state health care plan denies a librarian coverage for transition surgery, she takes her case to the courts.
COVID-19 testing is becoming a vital part of employers’ workplace safety measures, but an assessment of how testing could impact your insurance portfolio is a necessary first step.
Despite the challenges of COVID-19, the case management service adapted by committing to a balance between telehealth and in-person care.
The world of claims and litigation is changing as workers’ comp adopts new technologies.
After weeks of demonstrations, discourse and civil unrest, the nation remains on edge. Preparing now for further turmoil can help mitigate potential risk.
Illinois joins the growing list of states with legislative amendments that extend workers’ compensation protections to certain classes of employees who contract COVID-19.
When a man is wrongfully convicted for the murder of his wife, he sues the county that imprisoned him. The court must decide if the county’s insurer is on the hook for defense fees.