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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.
A snowmobile accident leaves an Alaskan pipeline project manager with life-altering injuries.
Running away from negligence can never be a risk management option.
Web-based air traffic control introduces new cyber risks to aviation.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
A nursing home operator was found liable for failing to pay premiums, broker commissions and a loan.
Public sector risk managers are under pressure to assess infrastructure exposures.
Insurance foots the bill for the largest marine recovery project in history.
It is time for us to stop hiding behind the use of averages and start accommodating uncertainty.
Companies are scrambling to comply with the SEC’s “conflict minerals” disclosure requirements.
The Feds designate critical infrastructure and shine a light on perils within and without.
In raising the Costa Concordia, we have a story showing what insurance does so well.
A dream risk management team for a national retailer is not as prepared for the impact of the Affordable Care Act as they thought.
An expensed dinner and drinks with an old and trusted friend winds up being more than Jimmy Davis ever bargained for.
The next time the Laki Fissure bursts, a maelstrom of sickness, death and economic destruction will be released.
When we look back in history, we see that perceived oppression often leads to rebellion.
Swiss Re insures the first solar plane to fly across the United States.
Big dams sit tight, as new projects just let the river run for generating capacity.
Nurses work under conditions that threaten their safety and well-being.
The health care industry must be wary of the cyber risks associated with medical devices.
More times than not, keeping things simple gives the best outcome.