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Like Olympic athletes, claims adjusters are capable of tremendous feats when competing for professional supremacy.
Swimming pools help us beat the heat in summer months but can also give rise to insurance claims.
Munich Re analyzes catastrophe claims for the first half of 2012, explaining losses were mild compared to the previous year.
The downward trend in property and casualty (P&C) insurer employment that began in 2008 may finally be reversing.
Hartwig provides clarity about the widely circulated story that Nationwide Insurance is the first carrier to say it would not cover claims from fracking.
Fresh off the heels of her acceptance speech, the 2012 Claims Professional of the Year talks about her journey in the field and SIU innovation.
Modern technology and outages complicate the relatively simple process of determining coverage of buildings and personal property.
Some view institutional claims as the Ebola virus of bad faith litigation because of expensive discovery and the potential for punitive damages. Here, we explore how solid claims practices often serve as an insured's best defense.
Faulty forensic science can lead to wrongful incarceration, lawsuits and a host of other disasters. Sussing out the credible evidence from the creative.
Top-performing carriers realize that staying compliant and mitigating risk involves true claims transformation.
The nature of total losses presents insurers with substantial challenges, but salvage doesn't have to be one of them. How to recoup expenses and streamline the claims process, all while keeping claimants satisfied.
Working with a qualified forensic engineer can help insurers identify exaggerated and downright fraudulent auto claims.
Using predictive modeling and business intelligence to achieve greater consistency and accuracy in claims handling.
By availing themselves of the right resources and experts, claims handlers can help insureds get back to business as quickly as possible.
Problems experienced by internet users across the Eastern U.S. appear to have eased, with most sites back online after web-hosting services were invaded by hackers.
Waves of DDoS attacks shut down swatches of the internet on Friday, prompting the need for the insurance industry to issue standard cyber liability coverage forms.