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Auto insurance is the least profitable sector of the insurance industry, but Tesla aims to fix that for their brand by coming out with their own policy.
A new report from NCCI found that self-driving cars could reduce workers’ comp claims costs. But many people remain afraid of the new technology.
Autonomous cars, tariff wars and cyber attacks are just a few of the critical evolving risks facing the automotive industry.
After a car dealership employee was fired, the dealership and its employment practice liability insurer argued in court who would be responsible for the wrongful termination claim.
In the first six months of 2019, it has already been a challenging year for commercial insurance. Here’s what lines will likely be impacted moving forward.
Frequency and severity of crashes continue to rise, but these steps can help companies protect drivers from liability.
Claims about Tesla factory workers being put at risk are deeply troubling. Details that have come to light offer a useful guide to avoiding the hot seat the carmaker now sits in.
From construction to cargo to cyber, an array of Insurtech technology solutions is beginning to bring real improvement to risk management safety strategies.
Vehicle subscription platforms are a conundrum for underwriters, requiring coverage that lies somewhere between personal and commercial policies.
Why subject myself to hours of re-education to remove three points from my license? Fear of insurance, of course.
Knowing auto fleet risks and employing ways to mitigate them can help keep businesses profitable and lives safe.
On-the-road risks are becoming more challenging to manage. See our map of the top current exposures plotted by frequency and impact.
GM’s Global Director of Risk and Insurance Alan Gier went from assembling cars to structuring insurance programs.
Avis Budget Group’s director of risk management, Barbara Vitale, lauds the industry for bringing more women into the fold.