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Adverse weather events are costing the construction sector billions annually in direct and contingent business interruption losses.
A limited number of stand-alone policies are available to cover reputation risk while insureds wait for the industry to develop more solutions.
Defense contract job sites can be managed safely, despite hostile environments.
Light lumber, cost controls and a soft property market are exposing owners and insurers.
Specialist insurer Beazley is the latest underwriter to attempt to combat so-called ‘social engineering’ cyber scams.
The commercial insurance realm is expected to continue softening, but it is crucial that the industry maintain pricing discipline.
Brokers urge policyholders to understand their policies and avoid the harsh surprises insureds faced in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Capacity is lining up to cover drones, but a lack of historical data and useful regulation hamper the industry.
Modeling will make the market, experts at a New York industry event said.
The Texas flooding is a prime opportunity for insurers to learn more about automobile technology’s impact on claims numbers.
It’s time to clarify the definition of private flood insurance to ensure that surplus lines insurers are part of the solution.
With patent infringement litigation still going strong, companies seek methods of protection.
The lack of accurate data, claim complexity and other factors are preventing predictive modeling from being effective for cyber risk.
Large, PII-Laden Firms May Find Rates and Conditions Toughest
As e-cigarette usage rises, danger lies in the lack of regulations and unknown long-term health effects.
The ACA’s sweeping changes have many benefits, but adequate insurance limits for expanded accountable care organizations is a concern.
Unexpected liabilities create coverage challenges for employers. Presented by Travelers.
Drone risks include collisions with aircraft, invasion of privacy, aerial surveillance and data collection.
The Dubai fire is just another example of the challenges facing underwriters when deciding whether to accept a risk.
London must work hard to compete and cannot rest on its substantial history.