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Perhaps like me, you have a twinge of spring-induced ADHD and wanderlust. Who can blame us? Will you head to the upcoming PLRB/LIRB conference for spring break?
In just a few days, two volatile weather systems inflicted billions of dollars in property damage.
Are insurers and reinsurers poised to manage the substantial losses from the tornadoes that wreaked havoc on the Midwest?
The case for reforming NY's flawed PIP system gains momentum, as federal authorities charge 36 suspects for a scheme dating back to at least 2007.
Complicating the job of claims adjusters is the fact that courts have remained divided in their interpretations of policy language and exclusions in Chinese drywall liability cases.
Doctors conspiring to cheat the no-fault system are writing a prescription for trouble. NY regulations now impose stiff penalties, decertification.
Standard commercial property and liability insurance covering tangible property generally does not adequately address cyber risks. Here, we discuss coverage for security breaches and identity theft.
Without succinct claims-handling policies and procedures, companies are at risk for significant losses.
By looking for certain factors, an auditor may be able to help move a case from stalemate to a successful conclusion.
Installing compression couplings is serious business, as errors can cause pipe ruptures that result in expensive property claims.
Reviewing fireplace systems and the duties of a chimney sweep when evaluating claims for potential subrogation recovery.
How to determine the insurance carrier’s rights and options following a loss involving waiver of subrogation issues.
The duty to safeguard evidence doesn't end when a claims file is closed. Insurers and claims adjusters beware.
American International Group Inc. lifted limits on property claims tied to acts of terrorism to $1 billion as clients ask for more protection in larger cities.
A tractor trailer full of beer drove itself down Colorado's I-25 last week with nobody behind the wheel.