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Businesses have to be more concerned about ‘lone wolf’ attacks than large-scale, 9/11 events. Terrorism insurance has to evolve to meet the threat.
The Flood Insurance Market Parity and Modernization Act aims to preserve the surplus lines market's ability to provide supplemental coverage options that go beyond NFIP.
The insurance industry is facing a grand tsunami of disruption, brought by rising expectations of brokers and clients.
Shawn Moynihan reflects on deliberately stepping outside his comfort zone at the Workers' Compensation Institute's 71st annual Educational Conference.
Insurers must change and adapt their claims operations in three elements — restoration, mitigation, and prevention — in order to truly transform.
Read about the way one insurance professional's experience volunteering in the Dominican Republic encouraged her to participate in her company's day of giving back in...
Five considerations that determine if you should pay for ransomware attacks, and how to involve your insurance broker.
A few of the potential uses for virtual reality in the P&C insurance industry include adjuster training, underwriter education, injury rehab and loss control.
Openly addressing opioid abuse in the workplace is the first step to curbing it.
Empowering independent producers to bind coverage in real time for prospects or clients is essential. Here’s how it can be achieved.
A more strategic approach to risk management questions can both enhance the organization’s protection against extreme events, while transferring risk in reasonable and cost-effective ways....
Insurers require better collection, aggregation and sharing of cyber insurance premium, loss and exposure data to meet the need for more detailed and accurate risk...
Today’s Insurance Renaissance shares one very clear trait with the Renaissance of the 1400’s — in both cultures we find the thirst for reality.
Technology and personal interaction can not only co-exist, they can complement one another to bridge clients’ new-age needs with old-line priorities.
Carriers may have to consider some major adjustments in their business, operating, and investment strategies to maintain, let alone grow, their bottom lines in this...
An insured rejects uninsured motorist coverage and files suit for negligence against insurance agent in this Arizona Supreme Court case.
Modernization holds promise for better insurer efficiency, greater capability and improved agility, but it doesn’t mean an insurer will lose the need for quality assurance.
Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow talks about passion, purpose and sacrifice — and Claims magazine editor Patricia L. Harman connects those topics to insurance.
NU's editor-in-chief will emcee Give Kids the World annual fundraiser on Aug. 20 in Orlando.
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.
Honda said a Takata air bag inflator ruptured in a Civic compact car on Sept. 30 and killed a driver in California, at least the 17th Takata-related fatality in the U.S., Malaysia and India.