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As AVs continue to improve, the push to adopt them will grow stronger, and insurers will lead the way — but issues surrounding product safety and liability are yet to be resolved.
Artificial intelligence used in employment practices promises faster, more efficient days, but there is an element of discrimination bias that must be addressed before this tech is fully adopted.
Mental health in higher education can lead to liability risk for institutions if it remains unaddressed. But there is buy-in to do more for students from all stakeholders, including insurance.
Nick Terlecki was initially drawn to the public sector by the unique risk profiles. What’s kept him cemented in the sector are the many opportunities he’s given to be of service.
With capacity constraints and other pressures creating a tough market, Aon’s Christy Corbett shares her thoughts on overcoming challenges in the hospitality sector.
When the need for mental health support and resources on college campuses increased, broker Terry Lyons worked to ensure that his clients could serve their students.
While automation can streamline many aspects of pension and retirement plan management and requires less manual input from the fiduciary, the digitization of these processes opens up new risks.
The renewable energy marketplace is on an exciting trajectory, and McGriff’s Todd Burack embraces his role in helping companies work through the challenges of the evolving sector.
Plaintiffs’ attorneys are using a variety of tactics to inflate medical malpractice verdicts in excess of policy limits, but there are ways defense teams can prepare to respond.
Companies are now looking to parametric insurance for more than weather and seismic coverages.
We spoke to Gallagher’s Alexis Spoon about what the higher education market can do to stay ahead of its ever-evolving perils.
Telematics and crash avoidance technologies are predicting and preventing accidents, making our roads safer.
A raft of new innovations and technologies is advancing the cause of predicting and preventing general property losses.
If insurance and other entities don’t full apply the science of predicting and preventing losses, they may face unmanageable claims.
When confronting the loss of cargo during shipping, insureds face challenges on multiple fronts. But experts are optimistic that more data will help bring clarity to risk aggregation in the field — and to pricing in the back office.
Sulim Bartok has become more adept at dealing with cyber threats, understanding coverages and recommending solutions that improve his clients’ risk profiles.
Securing commercial property insurance is more challenging than ever for most brokers. Aon’s Taylor Manders shares a winning formula she uses to help her food and agriculture clients at renewal time.
HB 1808 would require Texas police officers to hold their own professional liability insurance coverage in the event of misconduct claims, but not all are keen on the idea.
This insurer is off the hook for $19 million for the renovation and restoration of a deteriorating school building on its policy.
Unvaccinated workers placed on furlough or laid off joined together in a class action against United Airlines after its mandatory vaccine mandate.
Accident and health insurance is considered a bespoke product that is optional for colleges. But given its far-reaching benefits, overlooking A&H could be a detriment to collegiate institutions.