Is an unhealthy aversion to risk keeping insurers from punching back in court?
CLM's Workers' Compensation Community is putting the final touches on its reinvented conference in Chicago on May 24-25. Advisory board member James Poerio explains what to expect.
Great Insurance Jobs' Roger Lear helps you overcome obstacles to your career and job search.
Increased focus on brain injuries means all concussion cases are no longer simple.
Sun S. Choy, Freeman Mathis & Gary LLP, and three others answer this month's question.
The importance of engagement agreements in claims against accountants.
Why the Sebo verdict sent shivers through property insurers—and how to fight it.
Looking to be more efficient and effective in the subrogation world, where time equals money? In a recent webinar, CLM’s Subrogation Committee offered up some practical strategies.
Developments in vapor intrusion regulation and why they matter.
How to maximize your claims conference attendance.
Understanding coverage and claims for personal vehicle sharing programs.
This month, we look at the Oroville Dam crisis in California, triggering events in Ohio, and emotional distress damages in Oregon.
The cat’s paw theory and its role in employment discrimination claims.
How 3-D imaging is stemming the growth of medical fraud and exaggerated injuries.
Properly evaluating real and personal property claims.
A district court finds Medicare’s over-inclusive conditional payment practices improper.
Recognizing the finalists for 2017's CLM Professionals of the Year award.
XL Catlin's EVP, Global Head of Claims, Insurance and Reinsurance