Around the Nation: February 2014

State news and updates from CLM state chairs, reps, and committees.

Hot Work Losses

Identifying key elements in cutting and welding subrogation claims.

Aerial Imaging Advancements Translate into Better Roof Claims Handling

Many insurance professionals are using aerial imaging to deliver faster and more precise service to customers with roof damage.

Inside Risk with Craig Macdonald, Metro Transit

The CLM fellow and director of risk management explains how he manages to keep everything on track.

Business After Hours

Insurers and the temporary housing industry jump into the growing trend of 24/7 service.

Fighting Fraudulent Lawsuits with RICO

Two recent lawsuits, aggressively using RICO may be the new model for fighting back.

Why Cybersecurity Isn’t Just an IT Issue

Welcome to “E-Careful,” where we’ll highlight developing risks, claims, insurance issues, and best practices involving cyber risks and electronic data.

Fit to Be Tied

Why California’s approach to untangling judicial council form interrogatories should go national.

The Tripartite Relationship in Workers’ Compensation

While the tripartite relationship is common to all areas of insurance defense, the nature of workers’ compensation shields practitioners from some of its problematic variations.

Natural Selection

Find the strongest legal counsel and weed out the weak.

Could Telemedicine Be a Game Changer for Workers’ Comp Claims?

What implications could there be for workers’ compensation carriers who embrace telemedicine?

In the C-Suite with Ken Kozek, Grange Insurance

Grange Insurance’s Vice President of Claims speaks about not losing your cool, running the Boston Marathon, and why managing claims is such an important and rewarding service to others.

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