How a three-pronged approach can improve your bottom line.
AIG’s Richard Woollams told us where the industry is headed at the inaugural Claims College.
Starwood's Vice President of Global Risk Management & Insurance discusses what it’s like to manage risk for a business that never closes.
State news and updates from CLM state chairs, reps, and committees.
Is inverse condemnation a solution for subrogated carriers when government has a role in flooding?
Students answer this month's question, including Lei Huang from ACE North America.
Structural assessment of fire-damaged buildings reveals what may rise from the ashes.
Although whistleblowers can be significantly rewarded, doing so for the sake of personal gain is a poor ethical motivation.
Leveraging technology to keep up in the workers’ compensation arms race.
Consider the values and prejudices of every generation when litigating or negotiating a claim.
Strategies for preventing prescription pill zombies in workers’ compensation claims.
Occasionally, new technology emerges that seems to rest on the line between being a positive or negative advancement in fraud prevention.
How the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act could affect P&C insurers' operations.
We chat with Auto Club Group’s vice president and chief claims officer.
Flood claims may be excluded, but insurers still face a raft of concerns in Colorado.