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It seems clear that telemedicine is here to stay, which means the insurance industry has a need to fill to match this emerging exposure with policy language to suit and coverage to follow.
Did you know that the Keystone Pipeline is actually in operation? Most people don’t.
Four states are weighing bills that address emotional trauma claims from police officers, firefighters and ambulance workers.
The easing of travel restrictions to Cuba is bound to open up opportunities.
The Germanwings disaster was chiefly a failure of misplaced trust, our columnist writes.
When technology fails, pilots might not have the manual experience to save the day.
Underwriters are taking a harder look at insurance terms and conditions for police departments in the wake of highly publicized deaths.
Speakers identify key compliance risks presented by the ACA and how to head off vulnerabilities.
The Germanwings tragedy reinforces the notion that employees must have unfettered access to mental health services.
Universities, fraternities and their local chapters, and individuals may face liability for sexual assault, alcohol abuse or other actions.
Alleged police brutality is a controversy that brings introspection, examination into policy and protocols, and questions from across the nation
Solutions considered in the wake of the Germanwings disaster shouldn’t create more risks.
Rapidly developing technology creates new risks for hospitals and doctors. Presented by Travelers.
Each year since 2011, Risk & Insurance forecasts the Most Dangerous Emerging Risks — often with uncanny accuracy.
As e-cigarette usage rises, danger lies in the lack of regulations and unknown long-term health effects.
The threat of hacking implantable defibrillators and other devices is already growing.
Recent accidents highlight risk management challenges of long hours and tough road conditions.
Safety professionals are retiring, and newcomers cannot fill the gap in numbers or experience.
The ACA’s sweeping changes have many benefits, but adequate insurance limits for expanded accountable care organizations is a concern.
Underwriting the transportation of fine art is tricky, but some large insurers are keeping the market covered.
The risk of workplace hearing loss has remained steady for decades, but more needs to be done in high-risk industries such as construction and mining.