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If the pandemic taught insurance anything, it’s that a unified and government-backed catastrophic peril coverage form might be the future for stability within the markets.
Power Broker Rose Ko shares her journey through the industry and the latest claims trends she’s seen in the workers’ compensation space.
Risk & Insurance lost a friend, a long-time contributor and a Risk All Star when Jack Hampton passed away on June 13. We take a pause here to mourn his passing and celebrate his many accomplishments.
Steve Love, CEO of SolePro, shares his journey to a career in brokering and the origins of his Insurtech company.
A new survey examines attitudes toward COVID-19 vaccination policies in the workplace.
As more travelers fight to book seats on a dwindling number of flights, airlines cannot afford any additional disruptions.
Many businesses without virus exclusions in their BI policy are still not receiving payment for losses brought on by the pandemic.
From the Russia-Ukraine crisis to supply chain issues, how a business responds and perseveres through risk matters.
This session at the CLM Workers Compensation and Retail, Restaurant & Hospitality Conference looks to help businesses pinpoint which aspects of their operations could be improved during pandemic recovery.
A recent report by Mitchell revealed that while COVID-19 claims have eased in quantity, they are resulting in higher costs.
Although COVID cases in the U.S. have eased of late, companies still need to have a plan for additional flare-ups. But many don’t.
Getting public school police officers the care they needed meant taking on the risk of visiting emergency rooms during the pandemic.
A 2022 RIMS session examined new EPL risks companies may face now that the pandemic has permanently changed the ways we live and work.
From government underwriter to 2022 Nonprofit Power Broker®, Marsh’s Julie Martin has quite the story.
The National Hockey League has filed suit against its insurers over alleged revenue losses during mandatory COVID-19 shutdowns.
Now that the CDC recommendations say most Americans can remove their masks, what should employers do to keep workers safe?
43% of workers surveyed have delayed routine health care check ups since the start of the pandemic.
The Great Resignation, coupled with mental health stressors, has employers and payers in the workers’ comp space feeling the strain.
A recently published RAND paper discusses the extension of workers’ comp benefits for those working outside the home during the pandemic.
Employers who were preparing to implement vaccine or test requirements might be wondering what they should do to protect their workforce and shield themselves from EPL risk.
From the talent gap to rate adequacy issues, here are five trends workers’ comp industry leaders highlighted.