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The aviation industry is rebounding after COVID-19 but it may never look exactly like it did pre-pandemic.
The pandemic unleashed not only a raft of complex claims; it also resulted in a new wave of regulations for third party administrators to track.
Working remotely is not an option for many businesses, so employers need to carefully devise a plan and protocols to contend with the serious risks associated with coronavirus.
Brokers are in a unique position to help businesses struggling in the aftermath of COVID-19 shutdowns and mandatory work-from-home orders.
Watching how pro sports navigate their seasons post-COVID-19 — without the fans in attendance — offers a hint for other crowd-dependent businesses.
With three months of COVID-19 experience underway, One Call’s CEO discusses the effects the pandemic’s had on workers’ compensation.
The coronavirus has already impacted the D&O space, and many expect losses to keep climbing.
The pandemic blossomed due to global interconnectedness. With business travel limited for the foreseeable future, the industry is changing faster — and sooner — than anticipated.
COVID-19 revealed weaknesses in traditional methods of risk management. The lessons learned can help create a stronger global economy.
With ransomware and similar cyber attacks on the rise, it is vital for those in the field to help prepare SMEs for the potential dangers that lie ahead.
But if their doors were already closed due to COVID-19, are businesses eligible for coverage?
How employers can keep employees safe and engaged while planning for life after the pandemic.
As the economic effects of COVID-19 rage on, many business interruption losses won’t be covered, threatening insurers with grueling litigation for years to come.
COVID-19’s reach is still being felt; here are just some of the risks and losses several industries are already realizing.
Uncertainty surrounding the effects of COVID-19 is plaguing every industry, but possibly none quite like the public sector. Here are the most critical risks that experts have their eyes on.
The United States continues to shelter-in-place to flatten the curve of coronavirus cases. Good risk managers must view the possibility of a spike in future cases as a matter of when, not if.
Business interruption claims a-plenty are rolling in after the novel coronavirus effectively shut down many non-essential businesses in the U.S.
Creating a backstop that will allow insurers to administrate government funding in the case of a pandemic makes good risk management sense.
Effective communication during COVID-19 can be the make-or-break moment for your business’ crisis response plan.
Even in previous years, viral infections killed thousands of Americans, yet we seem to be callous to the risks.
As the pandemic ramped up, Aon sprung into action, tapping into experience honed during the H1N1, Ebola and Zika outbreaks.