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The Hartford's Tim Nelligan has been named chairman of the board for IICF's Texas/Southeast Division. He previously served on the Division’s board of directors for...
The courts have continued to allow exceptions to exclusive remedy and expanded causation standards. Statutory reforms have also resulted in classifications of employees and work...
Owning a pet can get expensive depending on where you live, especially with the rising demand for pet insurance.
Extensive damage prompted Texas/Southeast Division of IICF to launch a flood relief campaign, and many insurance partners stepped up to help.
News from Distinguished, Advent, Insureon, Geico and more.
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...
Americans love road trips. Is your state road trip-friendly?
Oklahoma’s Supreme Court said New Dominion LLC can be sued for damage caused by an earthquake that a woman blames on disposal wells tied to...
Americans spend trillions of dollars each year on insurance. But not all states are created equal when it comes to insurance-related spending.
News from USI, Breckenridge, Marsh, Lockton and more.
There can be disconcerting liability consequences for the improper use of home security cameras.
Spring hail storms bring increased risk of damage for cars.
Is your teen safe in your home state?
As the flood waters recede, Texas and Oklahoma businesses and residents are beginning to put their lives back together. Here are some tips on what...
Drought conditions continued across the western U.S., bringing economic losses in California to $2.7 billion, Impact Forecasting reports.
Texas floods to bring cheaper beef as fields finally turn green.
Parts of Texas, including the Houston metro area, were underwater this week following heavy rains and flooding. Here's what it looked like on the scene.
More than 10 inches of rain flooded Houston Tuesday morning, closing freeways and prompting the suspension of all public transit.
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.
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.