Claims Magazine is twittering every day about breaking news and timely topics — not to mention keeping readers up to date on what’s being posted on claimsmag.com. What is Twitter? It is a way to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent messages that are 140 characters or less.
You can “follow” Claims Magazine’s postings by clicking here. In the meantime, below is a sample of the many tweets made throughout this week and last:
- Flooding associated with climate change could continue to cause huge losses for the Gulf and East coasts. http://ow.ly/3yh1K
- Another earthquake struck central Chile, where an 8.8 magnitude quake caused over $5 billion in insured losses in 2009: http://ow.ly/3ygZh
- CAIF starts the new year with new board members and officers. Read who’s joined in the fight against fraud: http://ow.ly/3ygVj
- Calculating reserves is challenging, especially following a consolidation. Get some tips on how to find harmony: http://ow.ly/3xC8s
- @Josefowicz Congrats, Chad!
- RT@PC360_Markets: NAMIC urges the Obama administration to reform–but not privatize–the National Flood Insurance Program. http://ow.ly/3xD5w
- RT@IIIindustryblog : Obesity Increases Workers Comp Costs: We’ve blogged before about the rising cost of the obesity epidemic in the … http://bit.ly/fTQoUR
- RT @MitchellIntl: $100 #tablet PCs are coming. Is your claims organization ready?…http://ht.ly/3y4UE
- I posted 2 photos on Facebook in the album “Recent Issues” http://fb.me/EP2yLVaf
- Two years after the storm, Hurricane Ike claims are expected to continue rolling in this year. http://ow.ly/3ygFz
- Check out the January issue, now online, for stories on the latest analytics technology, catastrophe management, and more http://ow.ly/3ydXL
- WSI says another active hurricane season is brewing. Check out the 2011 forecast here: http://ow.ly/3ychM
- Ky. reports a waning number of road fatalities. A state texting ban in effect could help further decrease those numbers: http://ow.ly/3xzIH
- A staged auto accident turned fatal, leaving plenty of damage in its wake. Read what happened here: http://ow.ly/3wdQg