Melissa Hill, Hamilton USA., and three others answer this month's question.
What wins—and what kills.
Understanding policy interactions can make a world of difference.
Digging through contract language—all of it—is the best way to ascertain who has been indemnified in a construction contract and if it’s legal.
Workers compensation offers death benefits, but clients can still be dragged into wrongful death and injury liability lawsuits.
How reflection can be the key to unlocking your team.
How we say things can alter perceptions as much as what we are saying.
The U.S. government rarely certifies terrorists’ acts of violence as terrorism. Even if it did, your insured’s terrorism policy probably wouldn’t be triggered.
With riots at home and abroad ramping up, claims of loss at construction sites are more dependent than ever on clear definitions of perils.
We look at construction defect standards in Colorado, key workers compensation reforms in New York, and product liability issues related to cigarettes in Kentucky.
Achieving better outcomes by putting the needs of injured workers first
Get to know CLM’s 2017 professionals of the year.
Great Insurance Jobs’ Cofounder Roger Lear is here to help you overcome obstacles to your career and job search. This month, he tackles the ever-confounding resume.
The claims world needs millennials, and it may need to change to retain them.
The workplace dilemma of recreational and medical marijuana sparked an interesting discussion in a recent webinar presented by CLM’s Retail, Restaurant, and Hospitality Community
If there’s one thread that weaves its way through this issue and our industry as a whole, it’s the importance of leadership.
Donnette Washington - Director of Risk Management, HITT Contracting Inc.
CLM’s Universal Claim Certification program gains momentum.