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Multiple failures led to underpaid claims, under-insured losses and enough blame for everyone.
Recent natural and man-made disasters have led to significant environmental consequences for unprepared companies of all sizes and industries.
Insurers must meet the challenge of capturing sufficient amounts of exposure data to complete an analysis.
Expensive technology means costly damage claims
Move over shale. The sun is now the fastest growing source of U.S. electricity.
Throughout much of the U.S. and the world, we manage water and energy as if they were unrelated. In reality, they are Siamese twins.
Before you curse the darkness, learn how to prepare for a blackout
California Governor Jerry Brown ordered emissions of greenhouse gases reduced to almost half of what they were a quarter century ago, the most ambitious statewide...
The Atlantic hurricane season begins on June 1, and from a catastrophe (CAT) perspective, the last two years have been relatively quiet for insurers, providing...
Catastrophes involve multiples lines of business and coverages. Did we miss any?
PIA's national president reflects on the moment he became a “real” insurance agent, his agency's rebirth, and the challenges still faced by his beloved city...
Europe’s insurers are preparing to boost dividends to the highest of any industry except utilities, making use of expanding surplus capital to offer investors an...
Dept. of Energy publishes a guide to help you decide on the best one for you.
Businesses today are putting more emphasis on improving risk management than ever before. Here's why.
In the United States, automobile use is extensive and pervasive. Vehicle accidents are such a common occurrence that they are considered an unavoidable part of...
Mother Nature’s fury often translates into heavy losses for insurers.
Leaving home for months requires some preparation to minimize risks.
Don't let fire ruin your holiday celebration.
Accenture survey reveals the difference between innovation and mere conformity
Here are a few simple steps homeowners can take to ensure a safe and fun Halloween — for their trick-or-treaters and themselves.
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.