’s Claims Channel Editor Christina Bramlet is twittering every day about breaking news and timely topics — not to mention keeping readers up to date on claims-related news and analysis being posted on 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” Christina’s postings by clicking here. In the meantime, below is a sample of the many tweets made throughout this week and last:

I posted 3 photos on Facebook in the album “Recent Issues”

Insurers’ Use Of Social Media Helped Policyholders After Recent Catastrophes.

RT @FLUnderwriter: Florida Sen. Fasano and other notwithstanding, Gov. Rick Scott has signed the insurance property bill SB 408.

In our exclusive interview, heavy hitters from Swiss Re, Lloyd’s and Ironshore discuss emerging risks, pricing and more:

Gen Y recruiting efforts unsuccessful? Attract the best and brightest:

A third CAT risk modeler weighs in on the April tornado outbreak:

RT @Allstate: Your hands may be on the wheel but are your brains on the road? #distracteddriving ^cf

RT @PC360_Tech: There’s value to be achieved when you include billing as you upgrade your core legacy systems. See my blog.

Mobile technology has completely transformed the claims process. Five claims executives tell us how:

A Calif. business owner faces 46 counts of insurance fraud after significantly underreporting his company’s payroll:

When is an adjuster’s work done? The issue of adjuster overtime pay continues:

A state-owned insurer will cover the $100 million in damages from last week’s quake in Spain:

Great claims organizations know how to set customer expectations and avoid later frustration:

RT @IIIindustryblog: Catastrophe Loss Management Key: Forecasters are predicting an active Atlantic hurricane season in 2011, an indi…

Auto crash-related deaths in the U.S. are estimated to cost $41 billion a year, CDC says:

House Committee Approves Flood Program Extension; Bill Goes To House Floor:

One man’s entrepreneurial dream turned into a nightmare when he cut corners to save on workers’ comp premiums:

Thinking of heading to the Big Easy for ACE in June? The Claims subscriber discount ($400 off!) expires in 3 weeks:

Want to avoid project nightmares & waking up in a cold sweat over them? We’ve got the Web seminar for you this Friday: