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The latest court decisions involving risk management and the insurance industry.
Many of the Under 40 set “fell into” the insurance industry and have realized its many benefits.
Much has changed since the 1950s, but some aspects of the insurance industry — counter-cyclical to the bone — still resemble that time.
London must work hard to compete and cannot rest on its substantial history.
Professional insurance fraud rings are sapping billions from the P&C insurance sector. Insurers are fighting back with sophisticated technology.
A ranking charts the world’s top 150 brokerage groups, based on revenues earned from commercial non-life (P&C) insurance.
Program administrators saw nearly 10 percent growth in revenues, but overcapacity, technology and talent remain challenges.
Workers’ comp professionals have long discussed the country’s changing demographics. Now is the time to act and adapt our strategies accordingly.
A RAND Center report highlights the difficulties of creating a fee schedule and related coverage policies for home health services.
Industry experts share their thoughts about the challenges and trends facing workers’ comp professionals going forward.
To succeed, brokers must focus on specialization, leverage technology in client relationships and meet recruiting challenges.
Certificates of insurance are often required, but risk managers should understand that it is always the actual policy that controls coverage.
The law streamlines the national licensing process for brokers, but it may take two years to be operational.
Risk professionals with ERM responsibility were less satisfied with their insurance partners than those without such responsibilities.
Pricing for workers’ comp coverage is not quite flat, but it’s much closer to it now than it has been in recent years.
The increase in ambush-style assaults on police officers could make it challenging to obtain workers’ comp coverage for law enforcement.
Experts point to competitive pricing, favorable financial results for insurers, and a negative outlook on reinsurance.
Both houses overwhelmingly approved legislation renewing the federal terrorism insurance backstop, to industry leaders’ great relief.
UAV risks include collisions with aircraft, invasion of privacy, aerial surveillance and data collection.
Insurers are increasingly using CAT bonds and similar products to transfer some of their peak exposures to the capital markets.
Inaction by Congress leaves the industry, customers, and regulators asking, “Now what?”