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At NWCDC 2019 mega-session ‘Disability Prevention: What’s Needed to Keep Routine Claims from Deteriorating’, Dr. Gary M. Franklin talks strategies that prevent acute pain from becoming long-term disability.
Baseball is allowing itself to run a legal gauntlet that will eventually result in much higher liability than it currently faces in the area of fan safety.
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.
The business of placing coverage for alternative energy projects has gotten a lot more complicated.
A self-insured real estate broker found himself in the middle of two misrepresentations suits after acting as representative for both buyer and seller.
Technology makes it easier to identify fraud and is revolutionizing the accuracy of the insurance industry.
If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it at all…especially from behind your computer screen.
Boeing’s $100 million compensation fund is an investment in the future of the company’s image. But what will happen when the settlements come in?
A 2019 Fine Arts Power Broker® has accepted a new role, RiskFirst continues its rapid growth, four members of the Geneva Council are announced and more in this edition of People on the Move.
Hanesbrands Inc.’s Vicki Telford talks AI, the hardening market, and the peril of reputational risk in the age of social media.
A new decision out of Texas aims to hold PBMs accountable for their role in perpetuating the epidemic. Other municipalities are likely to follow suit.
Hackers have access to sophisticated tech that is easily accessible for as little as $2 on the dark net.
A look a the mental health crisis plaguing America’s food and beverage industry and what’s being done on the ground to address employees’ struggles with mental illnesses.
Smart contracts could very well be the future for commercial insurers. So how can this technology make the claims process easier?
When the boundaries between different governance roles are hopelessly blurred, a “governance eclipse” has occurred.
Younger workers are increasingly eschewing traditional employment. This trend could have a huge effect on the workers’ compensation landscape.
Marsh’s new report aims to demonstrate that cyber insurances policies do pay and to dispel some common myths surrounding the policies.
Each innovation in health care influences the way underwriters approach the market; by knowing what’s changing, insureds can help keep insurers informed.
Small- and medium-size businesses have a tendency to think hackers don’t find them appealing. The industry is debunking that notion and getting them affordably covered.
Voice detectors aiming to pick up on aggression or distress prove less than reliable in identifying danger, but gun violence is not a conversation we can close.
A secret recording of a quality and safety meeting at UNC highlights the need for safe, open lines of communication for employees to discuss workplace concerns.