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The owner of 4 New York Plaza contended the coverage deductible should be $100,000.
New emerging risks such as microbial contamination or secondary contamination are becoming major contributors to environmental risk claims.
Upgrades include hardened infrastructure, tree trimming, wire replacement and installation of “smart switches.”
Some aspects of claims are easy to overlook in the rush to service insureds.
A look back at our favorite stories that appeared in National Underwriter Property & Casualty this year.
On the third anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, volunteers from Zurich Insurance helped rebuild a Rockaway, N.Y., home.
Many people are still dealing with the effects of Hurricane Sandy. Here are some pictures of the East Coast today.
The pricing system is only as good as the person who is inputting the information.
Interviews with engineers from multiple firms confirmed that no reputable engineer would be willing to jeopardize his or her reputation and credentials by filing a...
While there may have been underpaid claims following Hurricane Sandy, no one factor is to blame.
Three years after Hurricane Sandy swept up the East Coast, homeowners are still working to collect money for the damage they sustained.
Catastrophe modeling firm AIR Worldwide estimates that insured losses to onshore properties in Mexico from Hurricane Patricia will not exceed $200 million.
Do people expect storms named after women to be less damaging? The survey says “yes.”
Superstorm Sandy was the largest Atlantic hurricane on record, spanning 1,100 miles, affecting 24 states from Florida to Maine and as far west as Michigan....
Multiple failures led to underpaid claims, under-insured losses and enough blame for everyone.
The U.S. currently has the largest protection gap among countries globally. Here are some suggestions for ways to close the gap.
Adequate preparedness before a storm arrives, especially business continuity planning, can mitigate potential losses.
The fallout from Katrina has led to significant changes within the insurance and risk management industry.
Hurricanes are feared storms for good reasons. And, with winds that can exceed 155 miles per hour, the damage they leave in their wake can...
Barriers to online access can create liability risks under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Insurance pros should add 'website accessibility' to their risk checklists.
Higher non-catastrophe weather-related losses and higher-than-expected losses associated with auto bodily injury weighed on results.