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Successful adjusters have a broad knowledge of law, contracts, medicine, engineering and much more.
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Hearsay Social is rolling out a client engagement platform that helps advisors reach clients and prospects more easily and more quickly via social media, their...
Company is looking for college student candidates with an interest in insurance technology.
Empowering independent producers to bind coverage in real time for prospects or clients is essential. Here’s how it can be achieved.
Four ways insurers can maximize resources and keep costs in line.
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Wedding insurance can cover a range of wedding day mishaps. Here are the costliest claims handled by Travelers.
The complexity of these claims requires asking specific questions to understand the big picture.
Legalized marijuana usage creates real issues for employers.
Recognizing red flags can change the trajectory of a claim.
News from ALM Media, Hub International, Hartford and more.
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Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow talks about passion, purpose and sacrifice — and Claims magazine editor Patricia L. Harman connects those topics to insurance.
From kidnapping to Zika, Rio de Janeiro poses risks for tourists. Fortunately, you can take steps to reduce those risks.
Shared social medial activity highlights the links and relationships between people, places and things.
While property insurance hail claims have been increasing, NOAA hail reports have not.
American International Group Inc. lifted limits on property claims tied to acts of terrorism to $1 billion as clients ask for more protection in larger cities.
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