Claims Magazine-August 2015

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  • Going Across the Border?

    Liz R. Scott, Ph.D.

    Companies operating across the border in Canada need to be aware of major Workers' Comp differences or face some still penalties.

  • Editor's Note

    Patricia Harman

    Here's a look at some of the major changes facing the industry in the next few years.

  • Under Water: Pipe Failure & Electric Current-related Corrosion

    Charles C. Roberts, Jr., Ph.D., P.E.

    Claims personnel are often called to a building with a large loss caused by water leakage from underground water piping systems and investigating the cause is an integral part of the claims adjustment process.

  • And the Verdict is…

    Patricia Harman

    M. Bujan was an executive assistant for Dura Automotive Systems and traveled to Germany for a business retreat and training in June 2008. She stayed in an old castle that had been converted into a hotel, complete with a moat covered by a bridge. While walking across the bridge one...

  • Thou Shalt Not Slander

    Susan Massman

    While Abraham Lincoln may have said, Truth is generally the best vindication against slander, many also gain some satisfaction by filing a defamation suit.

  • Caution: Talent Gap Ahead

    Patricia Harman

    The times they are a changing and nowhere is that more true than in the insurance industry. Technology is constantly evolving and will significantly impact every aspect of the industry from adjusting to claims management, fraud and subrogation, as well as how new products are developed in the future. That's...

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