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“We are seeing more captives looking to take on that excess layer, because the rates are just going through the roof on the traditional side.”
Medical experts break down what hospitals have learned since the onset of the pandemic, and what that means for the anticipated second wave.
Remote work has benefits and drawbacks. Here’s how employers can make the experience better for their employees.
This year’s conference will highlight new technology to combat fatigue and the synergy between ergonomics and optimal performance.
Danielle Lisenbey made history by becoming the first female member of the Crawford & Co. Global Executive team. This November, she begins a new chapter as president at MedRisk.
On Oct. 21, find out how four employers on the front lines have stayed ahead of the pandemic curve and learn the lessons that can help all of us remain resilient for the days ahead.
Marsh FinPro broker Scott Francis got his start at the height of the big tech boom by helping clients secure coverages for emerging risks.
The National Comp panel on workers’ comp legal and regulatory trends is sure to shed a light on what’s in store for the industry in 2021 and beyond.
One restaurant attempts to recoup lost profit through its insurer after road construction disrupts its day-to-day operations.
National Comp’s One-Day Virtual Event leads with a dynamic CEO panel focused on turning our challenges into strengths in a post-COVID world.
If workers’ comp doesn’t make changes, young people may not want to join the industry.
Vincent Foderingham details his 23 years in risk, the need for a more diverse workforce and what the industry will look like post-pandemic.
Beazley appoints several new hires, Liberty Mutual announces a new president, and IMA Inc. strengthens its cannabis industry presence in this edition of People on the Move.
The latest court filings and cases that will have an impact on the risk management and insurance industry.
During a session on October 21st at the virtual National Comp conference, experts from Travelers and One Call will explain why biopsychosocial care is necessary when treating musculoskeletal disorders.
The question of whether companies impacted by COVID-related shutdowns are entitled to business interruption coverage remains a hot button issue.
There’s a lot to be learned from the workers’ compensation teams operating during a worldwide pandemic. Here are just three.
The quirky and profound ways in which insurance and risk management impact our lives.
Reputation can be costly to lose and even tougher to restore. That’s why your company needs a reputational risk management strategy.
In order to recruit the next generation of workers, workers’ comp needs to understand what challenges they face and how to set them up for success.
Mounting losses, shrinking capacity, and the uncertain impact of COVID-19 will accelerate D&O market hardening.