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NAPSLO officials continue to push action on Flood insurance bill, but its fate may depend on the national election in November.
While pricing remains competitive, the Surplus Lines market thrives on specialized expertise and well-crafted coverage.
As long as regulators and securities action filings remain active, underwriters are willing to compete in this line. Price wars show no sign of letting...
Safety is at an all-time high, but so are product recalls. How are businesses and insurers responding?
In the age of mass media and mega insurance events, the industry has had a staunch advocate in I.I.I.’s Hartwig. He shares his thoughts with...
The observed deterioration may be more a result of weather events in the quarter than a sign of where the industry is heading.
Some trucking companies are looking into alternative risk transfer methods, such as forming group captives, as they see their costs go up.
Existing Cyber customers are looking for higher limits, new customers are buying coverage, and companies of all sizes are looking for ways to transfer risk.
Challenging market conditions are emerging, but give the insurance industry credit on underwriting results.
Insurers across all sectors—Property & Casualty, Life/Annuity and Health—shared their views on a range of topics from the economy to industry competition in A.M. Best's...
In NFIP discussions, unity is as important as mitigation, privatization, mapping and other issues, organizations say.
Insurers weigh in on the No. 1 buzzword of 2016, their interest rate expectations and the competitive nature of the marketplace.
Is it luck or talent for the insurance industry? Alirt Insurance Research, in its 2015 review, notes insurers posted a combined ratio under 100 for...
The story for the insurance industry in 2015 and heading into 2016 is one of high capacity, according to Marsh's “United States Insurance Market Report...
For the first time since the 1970s, the industry has shown three consecutive years of underwriting profit.
Legislators appear eager to get to work on extending and reforming the National Flood Insurance Program, which expires in 2017. The P&C industry is prepared...
H.R. 2901 may not lead to an immediate flow of policies to the private market, but the bipartisan, industry-supported bill would let insurers experiment.
Has ever-increasing capacity killed the traditional market cycle?
With demand high and customers becoming more educated on Environmental cover, expertise becomes increasingly valuable in a market that's keeping a watchful eye on claims.
The role of evidence in subrogation arbitration differs from court proceedings. Here is a look at the seven categories of evidence.
Now that the recent hurricanes and wildfires have subsided, here are seven things you can do to make sure your business is ready for the next disaster.