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From the fragility of our aging infrastructure to broader global trends, a range of factors can unexpectedly add to a business’s total cost of risk.
The quirky and profound ways in which insurance and risk management impact our lives.
Almost a year into the pandemic, several trends are starting to form, from increases in litigation to changing business continuity standards.
From PPE to growing natural catastrophes, these are the ways COVID-19 is impacting property.
The market was optimistically cautious entering 2020, but thanks to COVID-19, growing liability challenges and other risk factors, we’re seeing more hardening.
As more is understood about the aftereffects of COVID-19, here are some of the ways the pandemic has already started to change how organizations conduct business.
From coronavirus concerns to sexual misconduct and privacy protection, these are some of the prominent risks public entities face.
COVID-19’s reach is still being felt; here are just some of the risks and losses several industries are already realizing.
Cyber events, global pandemics and harassment claims are just some of the risk factors disrupting the workplace each day.
As we move into a new decade, several risk trends are starting to emerge that could potentially disrupt the insurance industry.
Increased hurricanes, opioids, women workers and more are just some of the latest trends driving construction risk.
Climate change is generating powerful storms, excess flooding and billions in damages. These are the risks insurers need to keep an eye on as temperatures increase.
Emerging risks like workplace violence, disabling injuries and inexperienced workers are driving up workers’ comp claims and costs.
Litigation trends, including ever-rising jury awards, are amplifying new and emerging liability exposures across the board.
Technology in the form of blockchain, co-bots, and “smart facilities” pose new and emerging risks for the manufacturing sector.