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Insurance is in a unique position to put the brakes on global climate change. Now is the time to act.
Transportation and accident litigation shouldn’t feel like an incomplete deck of cards. Ace these scenarios with the right legal tools at play.
Aging infrastructure is a key issue for my clients, the current inflationary pressures of commodities, raw materials and supply chain woes have pushed a holistic approach to managing risk.
This year, six brokers from across the brokerage field were named as the 2022 Transportation Power Broker winners. An additional five brokers were named as finalists.
When one trucking company failed to alert its insurance to changes regarding which states it operated in, the trucking company loses workers’ comp coverage for several injured workers.
Six commercial insurance brokers in the transportation sector were named 2021 Power Brokers. An additional three brokers were named as finalists.
Just because there is a pandemic does not mean nuclear verdicts are completely idle.
Very few carriers are offering an on-demand delivery rider to cover increased exposures associated with the sharp uptick in demand for rideshare delivery services.
From cyber attacks and supply chain disruptions to new safety concerns, here’s how COVID-19 has affected the already hardening transportation sector.
With more people and risks on the road than ever, more carriers are pulling back in capacity creating bumpy roads ahead for the trucking industry.
With the ever-evolving risk landscape, risk professionals have to stay on top of today’s biggest drivers of change to combat tomorrow’s business roadblocks.
Beecher Carlson transportation insurance broker Scott Buchholz shares how helping a company tell its risk management story can keep fleets on the road.
his year, six commercial insurance brokers were named as 2020 Transportation Power Brokers, along with one finalist.
At St. Joseph’s University, future risk management professionals tried their hands at developing Insurtech solutions that could lower quotes and make the underwriting process more efficient.
This broker’s unlikely path to working in transportation insurance resulted in him brokering a solution to one of the sector’s most daunting tasks: getting cannabis on the road.
The details of a fatal crash highlight the limitations of artificial intelligence, and the complexity of determining fault when machines are in charge.
Despite Amazon having its most successful shipping day in history, insurers are still grappling with the risks stemming from the conglomerate’s need for speed.
Employment tax revenue is just one sticking point in the fight over worker classification. Uber’s fate could signal an undoing of the gig economy business model – and a unique opportunity for insurers.
After an accident, it’s unclear whether Uber is liable for injuries incurred by passengers or if drivers — and yes, even the passengers themselves — are responsible.
This director of corporate operations believes risk management has done a great job of filling the talent gap, but it can do more to adopt helpful technologies into the fold.