EXCLUSIVE: New Report Looks at Parts, Prices and Availability, and the Future of Auto Claims

Conclusions made in a report about the effect of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami on collision parts pricing might surprise claims leaders tasked with determining how to plan for the costs associated with supply chain disruptions.

Top Disasters of 2011

Claims professionals share their thoughts on the record-breaking year for severe weather.

Around the Nation, January 2012

A look at claims events from around the nation.

Construction Defect Claims

Three myths about which every claims director should know.

From the C-Suite, January 2012

ACE Group's Chief Claims Officer Frank Lattal opens up about his career path, offers advice to his peers, and envisions a future claims organization.

Beginnings and Transitions

In claims, resolutions don’t come around once a year. Successfully resolving a claim, dispute, or threat is a daily part of the job for claims, risk, and litigation professionals. We’re here to help.

Between the Lines, January 2012

How have foreign catastrophes like the Tohoku earthquake and Thailand’s flooding affected your company? CLM members and others chime in.

Inside Risk: Sandra Burgess, City of Memphis

City risk managers are feeling the pinch as they wrestle with budget crises and Occupy movements. Memphis’ Risk Manager Sandra Burgess describes her approach to handling these and other risk-related issues.

Defense Can Be the Best Offense in Football and Claims

Insurance is a lot like football. A team has to play well on both offense (sales) and defense (claims) to win the game and send their fans (clients and investors) home with a victory.

A New Year’s Guide to Effective Partnerships with Defense Counsel

For claims professionals and defense counsel, there is no time like the present to evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of their partnership.

Who’s at Fault? The Penn State Scandal

Each month, this column will address liability issues involving current news and events. In this inaugural piece, our thoughts on liability are focused on the dark and tragic news of Jerry Sandusky and the Penn State University abuse allegations.

Oversight or Overkill? Understanding the New Face of Insurance Federal Oversight Regulation

We now have three new federal regulatory agencies and advisory committees that did not exist 16 months ago. Let's get to know them better.

Stuck in the Stone Ages?

Nearly one in five litigation executives have put some kind of national records retrieval program in place, according to Revere Advisory, which conducted the 2011 National Litigation Management Study for the CLM. Find out why.

Construction Defect Claims Revisited

Fireman’s Fund’s Lawrence Beemer previously provided three myths with regard to handling construction defect claims. In this online exclusive, he addresses three additional myths of which claims managers and directors should be aware.

Will Insurance bring the UFC to NYC?

UFC owners are trying to use better insurance coverage as a way to make the case for the former blood sport’s metamorphosis into mainstream entertainment.

Rule 26 - A New Friend for Insurers

Amendments to Rule 26 could benefit subrogation efforts.

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