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Aside from ravenous wildfires, Texans are battling another pernicious foe: rampant heavy equipment theft.
NICB found that the number of questionable claims during the first half of 2011 increased compared to 2010.
Moody’s Rating Service expects the Texas wildfires will have a negative impact on insurer’s 3Q results when combined with other losses.
Joseph Wehrle talks about NICB's formula for success, which includes a new Interactive Indicator Guide, webinars, and an aggressive social media plan.
At its 26th annual seminar, IASIU honored individuals whose tireless efforts and relentless pursuit of unraveling fraud have benefited the insurance industry and society.
Linda Webb, an expert in fraud investigation, has developed an idea for a TV show set to kick off soon.
Risk managers who establish litigation management systems to address lawsuits abroad face multiple challenges but can take measures to gain global footing.
Most volunteer without thinking about liability consequences. But what happens when injury or damage is done to volunteers or others?
Who will replace us when we're gone, and how can we prepare them for success?
Too many of us are talking, texting, or using a GPS while navigating the wheel. More distracted drivers equates to more traffic accidents and injuries.
There is a host of new resources available to the engineers who investigate vehicular accidents to help P&C insurance adjusters resolve automotive claims.
Will predictive analytics be the next “killer app” for claims handling? Insurers seek higher-order optimization opportunities to increase internal efficiencies and customer satisfaction.
CAT team members must receive training prior to deployment, with tools to identify and appropriately handle subrogation issues.
Although carriers may not have given salvage much thought in their CAT planning/recovery strategies, it definitely behooves them to identify and forge alliances with industry movers and shakers.
A lot has been written about reinsurance recently in the wake of several natural catastrophes. Here's a look at five ways reinsurance is funded.
A tractor trailer full of beer drove itself down Colorado's I-25 last week with nobody behind the wheel.