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Many dedicated claims professionals spent last Memorial Day in Joplin tending to policyholders. Here, we honor their acts of valor, along with those of our veterans of war.
Losses from recent quake in the Emilia-Romagna region will primarily stem from older, unreinforced brick structures, says EQECAT.
Dog bite claims increased 16 percent in 2011 compared to 2010. Read current stats from State Farm and the I.I.I.
It is time to expand both the thinking and action concerning claims. Learn how to take things beyond the transaction here.
Like other popular objects of beauty and value, the Corvette is highly coveted—and apparently frequently targeted by thieves.
P&C insurers face a complex mix of risks often volatile economic conditions. Swiss Re's Thomas Holzheu will help make sense of it all.
The Nevada Insurance Commissioner discusses P&C issues specific to his state and in the wider, national context.
To realize subrogation potential on a claim involving fine art, it is crucial to prove the cause of loss while understanding the recoverable measure of damages.
Similar to an academic rating system, the "Blake Scale" uses five categories to help claims professionals discern the overall quality of a typical business-related letter.
The 2012 Atlantic hurricane season has officially begun. Karen Clark explains the latest approaches to catastrophe loss estimation.
Reliance on computers can lead to huge problems for businesses, such as lawsuits and security breaches. Coverage for certain types of claims is available.
What do undergrads today expect from employers in the risk and insurance fields? Here, we cover some common requirements, requests and perceptions.
As the Supreme Court mulls over the Affordable Care Act, our resident Iconoclast discusses government involvement and some noted missteps.
To save or not to save? This is often the question asked after a piece of artwork has been badly damaged, and the answer may not be immediately apparent.
The role of evidence in subrogation arbitration differs from court proceedings. Here is a look at the seven categories of evidence.
Now that the recent hurricanes and wildfires have subsided, here are seven things you can do to make sure your business is ready for the next disaster.