Claims Magazine November 2012
It is all too easy to resist change—that new system implementation, set of procedures, or supervisor. Yet, these moments can provide laser-like clarity to our lives and work.
A study of opioid use among workers’ compensation claimants reveals that longer-term use increased in nearly half of the 21 states analyzed compared to a similar study conducted a year ago.
Insured losses resulting from natural catastrophes in the U.S. and Europe totaled just over $280 million during September 2012.
An insurer has sued the owner of one of the rarest and fastest sports cars in the world after it ended up in a Texas lagoon.
Despite some distressing numbers, the NICB reports a declining trend in motorcycle theft.
Escalating U.S. copper theft presents challenges to insurers when determining reimbursement for property owners in these high-value losses.
A newly formed national alliance could signify progress in targeting rampant medical fraud that plagues the P&C insurance industry.
Microsoft has been in decline since Bill Gates stepped down as CEO. Could the management style be to blame? What could this foretell for Apple since Jobs' passing?
A combination of telematics, EDRs and black box technologies will continue to impact both claims frequency and severity in different ways.
In a subrogation case, what type of evidence is required to prove real property damages at trial?
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When a piece of equipment is damaged by an external electrical trauma such as lightning, how will the claims adjuster ensure the replacement is of a like kind and quality?
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