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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.
This risk manager’s take is that we need to continue to focus on resiliency, not merely loss avoidance.
Nearly 10% of people who experience mild COVID-19 infections have symptoms that persist beyond two weeks. Will this create a disability crisis?
From COVID-19 compensability disputes to whether marijuana is reimbursable, here are four litigation trends shaping workers’ comp.
Data highlights pre-pandemic trends, but expert anticipates substantial impact to come.
To kick-off Triple-I’s Joint Industry Forum CEO Sean Kevelighan discussed the top issues insurers and risk managers should be watching next year.
From climate change to cybersecurity, experts identified these issues as our greatest risks. How will risk managers respond?
As COVID-19 vaccinations became available to the public, the University of Arizona’s stalwart distribution site stepped up to serve its community.
When the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission worried first responders wouldn’t receive benefits from COVID, it enacted its own presumption laws, causing two trade associations to file suit.
The 2021 National Comp keynote focused on the challenges organizations have faced throughout the pandemic and the solutions they fostered.
After the last 18 months, organizations must have a clear plan to remain resilient in even the most turbulent of times.
Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance stepped up to help insure pop-up COVID clinics, playing a small but critical role in battling the pandemic.
As the world is met with a debilitating pandemic and catastrophic climate events, the insurance industry can serve as a solution to sustainability.
As fears over COVID-19-related discrimination claims mount, more businesses are eager for EPLI coverage. But insurers are scaling back their offerings.
COVID-19 produced mental health setbacks for many. Employers need to not only address these issues but remain empathetic towards employees.
With the Biden Administration’s newly released COVID-19 Action Plan and an Emergency Temporary Standard from OSHA, employers with large workforces are now required to mandate vaccinations or testing for employees.
Nonprofits made numerous changes to their business models during the pandemic. Did they change their exposures as well?
A compilation of the latest announcements, partnerships and products that are likely to have an impact on the insurance industry today.
Entertainment conglomerate Disney is looking for insurance covers for COVID-related production shutdowns.
COVID vaccine mandates will soon make their way to the private sector, thus producing hurdles for employers along the way.
As federal workers are met with COVID-19 vaccine mandates, the implications for risk managers are sure to be vast.