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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.
Oak Grove Center views Nonprofits Insurance Alliance as a trusted insurance partner and a wealth of resources.
Established as one of the leaders in child welfare in Florida, the Children’s Home Society of Florida found partnership in having NIA as its insurance carrier.
Southwest Airlines’ December 2022 failure could have been its finest hour if only some of its past business issues had been addressed in 2019.
Kevin Wolfe, president and chief executive of Marcato, is one of four veterans who have joined forces to create a new specialty marine underwriting agency, Marcato Marine Insurance Services.
A university’s valuable collection can be an asset — or a liability. Insuring it requires a campus-wide effort.
Risk and insurance trends we can expect for 2023, as predicted by leading Insurtech executives and C-suite leaders.
Securing property coverage for nonprofit organizations is no easy feat, and it’s one the Nonprofits Insurance Alliance is trying to solve.
Oregon-based nonprofit organization Albertina Kerr’s exposure profile became too risky for its previous insurer. That’s when NIA stepped in.
Electronic logging devices for trucks are designed to improve safety, but what happens when plaintiffs’ attorneys use ELD logbook data against trucking companies?
From the state of the market to increased cyber risk, here are four challenges nonprofit organizations should keep in mind as they move into 2023.
A recent survey conducted by Marsh looked at the risks currently facing the restaurant industry, which specialty coverages the industry is in need of and more.
As the popularity of EVs and AVs grows, Sedgwick has reviewed some of the top automotive recall trends of the past year.
Increased productivity and cost savings are just two benefits of artificial intelligence systems.
Risk transfer and risk mitigation both figure prominently in addressing climate change.
A paint manufacturing firm bleeds red when it fails to plan for cyber-related business interruption.
A range of pressures means not enough new doctors are going into the field of obstetrics. Could changes to the way OB-GYNs’ risks are managed attract more people into the specialty?
A recent surge in book banning should have public libraries reviewing risk management and insurance practices with their brokers and other insurance personnel.
A session at this year’s National Comp looked at how telemedicine has made a name for itself in the workers’ comp industry.
Here’s what manufacturers should do to mitigate PFAS risks before the EPA standard is released.
U.S. manufacturing could soon get a boost by way of the CHIP Act. Marsh’s Phil Huffman shares what subsectors he’s most excited about and how he helps his clients steady their course through economic turbulence.