Claims Magazine May 2012
While many charge that social media deprives us of the very social skills it promises to boost, the value of face-to-face interactions at shows like PLRB/LIRB is undisputed.
Claims from the severe weather the Plains states experienced in mid April have quickly piled up.
Allstate Corp., State Auto and CinFin post pre-tax catastrophe losses for 1Q 2012.
Gov. Steve Beshear signed HB 421 into law as part of “storm scammer legislation,” which seeks to protect legitimate contractors and homeowners from roofing replacement schemes.
Symbility Solutions Inc. says the transaction to acquire Marshall & Swift/Boeckh’s (MSB) claims division has been completed.
Two experts share perspectives about large-loss claims management and lessons learned from the 2011 Joplin tragedy.
Customer satisfaction with the auto-insurance claims experience is at its lowest level in three quarters, but consumers may have themselves to blame.
Is a carrier obligated to replace undamaged sections of roofing or carpeting following a loss to restore the area to pre-loss condition? Deciphering policy language starts here.
Recent debacles featured in the news remind us that flying is a remarkable leap of faith routinely taken by millions of travelers worldwide.
Faster anything, from trains to claims services in a disaster, represents a long-term goal. Except for short runs or small claims, it is a dream of what might be.
This year's revamped ACE program features commentary from a wealth of industry experts and more mechanisms for learning than ever before.
Independent adjusters’ jobs are demanding. So what happens when you throw in compliance issues and our cultural propensity to expect immediate results?
Will the PIP reforms work, and will they bring auto insurance rates down? Legislators want proof they made the right decisions, and they want it fast.
The debate about bad faith can get heated, but one thing is clear: New conceptions are coming to the fore.
Paper checks are expensive to produce and process, while prepaid cards help insurers save time and money.
Because large-scale losses often create a shortage of suitable lodging in neighboring areas, it is imperative for insurers to partner with a 24/7 housing company capable of quickly securing temporary housing during a loss.
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