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Anyone who provides a specialized service for a fee needs professional liability coverage. Need a new client? Try companies involved in the licensing, marketing and distribution of legal marijuana.
While pricing remains competitive, the Surplus Lines market thrives on specialized expertise and well-crafted coverage.
SMS Holdings Corp.'s message of “Stop. Think. Act.” and a set of revised protocols earns it a National Underwriter Excellence in Workers’ Compensation Risk Management Award.
When Augusto Russell looks back on his career as a P&C agent, he says he is most proud “of having the courage to leave the insurance industry.”
One of the more intriguing trends that is having an impact on the insurance marketplace is the transformation of former industrial buildings to habitational spaces.
As she assumes a new role at pharmaceutical company Novartis, Jennifer Santiago reflects on a career spent humanizing the business of managing risk.
Savvy agents and brokers can take advantage of carriers’ healthy appetites in this market, where low gas prices helped buoy sales of recreational watercraft in 2015.
It has made inroads into specialty lines, while interest in contingent business income remains elevated in the wake of catastrophes disrupting supply chains.
Thomas Dunbar’s philosophy for protecting his company’s sensitive data is simple: “Security starts with you.”
State Farm will reduce its rate request for rental dwelling policies in California by an average of 40 percent in 2017.
Waves of DDoS attacks shut down swatches of the internet on Friday, prompting the need for the insurance industry to issue standard cyber liability coverage forms.