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Multiple failures led to underpaid claims, under-insured losses and enough blame for everyone.
Here are four ways to mitigate risk from manmade accidents for manufacturing companies.
Disasters leave homeowners in a state of shock. Here’s how to help them recover.
Insurance professionals might be surprised by which states had the highest NFIP payouts in 2014.
Robert Wooley, Louisiana Commissioner of Insurance during Katrina, shares some of the more unusual sights he witnessed in Katrina’s aftermath and memories of helping insureds...
Reviewing their unique exposures with managers and owners of real estate portfolios presents an opportunity for agents and brokers.
Only 12% of Californian homeowners have earthquake insurance. Are the rest in denial or making a rational choice?
The fallout from Katrina has led to significant changes within the insurance and risk management industry.
Here are some tips that insurance agents can share with clients who are facing the task of repairing storm damage.
Massive wildfires have raged this year in Alaska, California, Canada, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. Many started from natural causes, such as lightning, but most are...
News from AIG, Leavitt Group, Erie Indemnity and more.
Disaster preparedness in the United States is built on a paradoxical business model.
CoreLogic examines residential property risk from hurricane-driven storm surge in 19 states and the District of Columbia.
In its ongoing efforts at improving the flood insurance program, FEMA has launched a National Flood Insurance Program call center pilot program to support policyholders...
Brad Kieserman, the federal official appointed to overhaul the National Flood Insurance Program, announced he is resigning after four months on the job.
Ensuring you have satisfied customers starts way before the disaster hits.
Senior VP, division manager, Europe/Middle East/Africa identifies the critical question a prospective client needs to answer when defining its risk profile.
Although most flood insurance policyholders faced recent increases, residents of Talbot County, on Maryland’s Eastern Shore bordering Chesapeake Bay, have received a reduction in their...
Most of us know what to do for the humans in our household during a catastrophe, but what about our pets?
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.
American International Group Inc. lifted limits on property claims tied to acts of terrorism to $1 billion as clients ask for more protection in larger cities.