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Electronic logging devices for trucks are designed to improve safety, but what happens when plaintiffs’ attorneys use ELD logbook data against trucking companies?
As the popularity of EVs and AVs grows, Sedgwick has reviewed some of the top automotive recall trends of the past year.
As the economy slows down, this is the prime time for logistics companies to improve their employment practices.
The way we get from points A to B is changing, and Nicole Sivieri is helping her clients pave the way toward a new day in transportation.
Due to the rapid growth of TPLFs and their increased involvement in litigation, cases often take a year longer to resolve than they would if a TPLF was not involved in the case.
Commercial auto has had a rough decade, and with the increase in third-party litigation funding, the industry must be advised on how to move forward.
From battery fires to cyberattacks, here are the concerns insurers are watching when it comes to electric vehicle risks.
A 2022 RIMS session looked at new regulations that impact the autonomous vehicle industry.
During a pandemic that caused many shutdowns, Avis’s Suzanne Panicoe took her risk responsibilities to the next level.
Truck driving often means shift work, which allows for drowsy driving and can lead to more crashes and injuries for workers and others on the road.
GPS tracking systems are growing in traction for businesses looking to review driver behavior and cut back on commercial auto insurance costs.
Just because there is a pandemic does not mean nuclear verdicts are completely idle.
The car rental agency advised that, as of his next birthday, Roger Crombie would be so old that “The Insurance” would not let him rent a car ever again. So he bought one.
Very few carriers are offering an on-demand delivery rider to cover increased exposures associated with the sharp uptick in demand for rideshare delivery services.
Large auto insurers offered rebates at the onset of the coronavirus shutdowns, but some consumers believe it was not enough.
Can advancements in artificial intelligence that are being implemented in the auto insurance realm find traction in workers’ compensation?
Every time I see a motor vehicle operator with their head down, not looking at the road but instead looking at a cell phone, my blood boils. Why do we senselessly throw away lives when we know the right thing to do is to pass hands-free legislation?
Current advances are paving the way for true touchless claim technology — a game-changer that is sorely necessary in the tricky commercial auto sector.
Despite Amazon having its most successful shipping day in history, insurers are still grappling with the risks stemming from the conglomerate’s need for speed.
Uber’s ability to identify its drivers as contractors and not employees has helped the ride-sharing app dodge liability claims. For the sake of rider safety, this needs to stop.