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A session at the 2020 CLM Workers’ Compensation and Retail, Restaurant & Hospitality Conference looked at how new technologies are influencing workers’ comp.
Lack of evidence keeps kidney disease off list of 9/11-related health conditions.
The space tourism industry presents substantial excitement and risk.
The project cargo business is back on the increase after a period of the doldrums.
Public risk managers are focused on cyber exposures, marijuana legalization risks and effectively working with law enforcement.
Early identification of workers at risk for developing low back pain can reduce injuries as well as comp costs.
OSHA aims to improve workplace safety for thousands of correctional employees.
Marsh: P/C rates to remain competitive this year — with some exceptions.
Could a weather-related insurance solution be designed to help airlines cope with cancellation losses?
An ill-advised merger sparks shareholder lawsuits and major losses.
Transportation safety organization is pushing for electronic logbook devices to help fight fatigue-related accidents.
A Grand Jury report suggest that workers’ comp premium fraud in New York is rampant.
The interconnectivity of medical devices could spur catastrophic consequences.
Drone hacking could pose a terrorist threat, and it’s already proven that drones can be hacked.
Regulators in several states are moving to define liability for taxi alternatives.
Hyperconnectivity and driverless cars raise new cyber risks for automakers and their suppliers.
The energy sector is a top target of cyber attackers. A successful attack is only a matter of “when.”
Sticky language in D&O property exclusions is causing headaches for some in the property and construction spaces.
The collection of ZIP code information from shoppers may be short-lived.
The captive’s health care parent has a long history in alternative risk transfer.
Facing uncertainty, health care needs more conversations about captives.