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Although the New Year has passed, it's still early enough in the year to make (and keep) a resolution. Here, seven of National Underwriter P&C's...
Be it resolved: Insurance is not a commodity
Happy 2015! You know what that means—it's time for our annual New Year's Resolution. (Yes, singular.)
Whatever your personal choice of holiday meal, the air will soon be filled with turkey jokes, turkey recipes and a last-minute Presidential pardon, all for...
Policy language leads to claim denial based on owner occupancy--and generates plenty of bad will against agents and carriers.
Using a ludicrous case study forces you to consider possible losses outside the typical.
Ever think about policy wording, exclusions and ISO forms when watching a summer blockbuster? You’re not alone.
Both love and insurance benefit when words are concise
Insurance professionals sound off about who they follow in the industry. Who are your favorites?
Debate rages on the meaning of the exclusion phrase
New policies from Victor O. Schinnerer, Chubb Group, AAIS and NIP Programs.
Letters from AA&B readers about past issues.
Not just plumbers--but massage therapists, manicurists and cosmetologists all have more state-mandated education than an insurance agent. Who needs more skill: the guy fixing your...
Although inadequate education correlates with increased E&O claims, agency education budgets are the first to feel the hit in hard times. Here’s why that strategy...
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.