The complexities and nuances of these risks make it impossible for risk managers to find total coverage.
The sort of behavior that would have the average Joe locked up seems quite acceptable when someone's making a buck off it.
A year ago, parts of Colorado were besieged by a 1,000-year flood event leading to more than $2 billion in economic damages.
Before deciding to accept Bitcoin as a form of payment, companies should carefully consider the risks and coverage considerations.
Employers must select the TPA best equipped to manage employees' health and well-being.
In the wake of the Napa earthquake, these tips will help with impending claims.
Loss-of-value policies for athletes will soon get their first test.
Having the right patient medication monitoring tools is increasingly beneficial.
Larger ships using standard ports means less room for error.
While interest in unbundling appears to be on the decline, it remains an important option for employers with the sophistication to manage it.
Coverage for unmanned aircraft is just one new opportunity for the excess carriers.
After a serious trucking accident leaves a driver virtually incapacitated, clues begin to surface that suggest the crash was anything but an accident.
A look at the latest decisions affecting the industry.
Retracing the route of Amelia Earhart is the most recent adventure made possible by brokers.
High-severity cyber vulnerabilities are declining.
The marine services sector faces exposures both seen and unseen.
A staggering percentage of mergers with values north of $100 million are being challenged in court by shareholders.
To improve employee health and impact the bottom line, employers should consider a multi-step approach to workplace wellness.
Modified duty and return-to-work programs are making a comeback.
Settlements of False Claims Act litigation reach into the billions, as the law incentivizes whistleblowers to report suspected company fraud.
Procedural shortcomings render the Florida ruling finding exclusive remedy unconstitutional without real legal effect.
AES takes control of its risk engineering program.
Two employee injuries at the same company produce two very different outcomes.
Roger Andrews on playing dodgeball in the barn rafters.
Citing security concerns, many U.S. schools have cancelled study programs in Israel. Other travelers appear more cautious than scared.
India is poised to win the battle to increase market share for insurance companies.
Former players accuse the league of misuse of prescription painkillers.
Putting together -- and practicing -- a data breach preparedness agreement can help save costs and reputation.
Insurers need an enterprisewide data and analytics approach to products and customer service that includes social media.
Business travel is increasingly becoming riskier for employers and employees.
Aspen Insurance views the expertise and data of their claims professionals as a valuable asset.
It's time for risk management to own compliance.
The most-feared quake of all results in economic catastrophe.
When a nuclear reactor melts down due to a powerful tornado, deadly contamination rains down on a metropolitan area.
A double dose of ice storms batters the Eastern seaboard, plunging 50 million people and three million businesses into darkness and desperation.
Political correctness may have good intentions, but the results lead to perdition.
Workers’ comp medical costs are spiking in hidden pockets across the country.
Organizations must work harder to protect injured employees from the destruction opioids can wreak.
The project to install an intake tunnel beneath Lake Mead has been beset with delays and insurance losses.
Regulators clearly prohibit unencrypted texting of private patient information.
Worldwide losses could top $600 million, but impact on US airlines is muted.
Resentful employees can undermine leadership, sabotaging productivity.
P/C insurers and reinsurers are on track to surpass last year's $10 billion in M&A activity.
Advocates for “smaller government” risk more contamination events like Toledo, Ohio.
The most effective mitigation strategy is one that addresses existing claims and medical costs while simultaneously striving to prevent new injuries or catch them early.
Alternative capital is shaking up the reinsurance market, while issues such as Big Data are moving onto the agenda.
Innovative technology presents unforeseen risk exposures. Presented by Travelers.
Reducing WC claims costs in one area often inflates them in another.
The opioid epidemic is addressed by detoxification programs.
A day-to-day risk management culture requires collaboration at all levels of the organization.
A serial enzyme study nails down the time of a heart attack.
An earthquake decimates a retailer's servers and its supply chain.
Following a 2010 uptick, claims frequency has declined for three straight years at an average rate of about 3 percent per year.
The case for standing rather than sitting in offices is compelling.
Jacques Arragon on earning management’s trust, focusing on education, and Roger Moore as the best James Bond.