How to use the statute to aggressively seek recovery against the unscrupulous.
A recent federal court decision raises questions about privacy expectations.
Physicians who prescribe the painkillers, tranquilizers, and muscle relaxants often do not want to manage the tapering process. Why?
ClaimVets addresses the underemployment of veterans while responding to the claims talent crisis.
See how the Costco's assistant vice president of risk management keeps a lid on family-sized risk.
State news and updates from CLM state chapters, reps, and committees.
There are several commonly recurring defenses for false advertising claims.
Can high school sports survive rising concussion liability concerns?
Using structured settlements to resolve the burden of legacy claims.
Chevron’s RICO victory can provide a model for using RICO to fight fraudulent lawsuits.
A look at major concerns for insurance company risk and solvency readiness in 2014.
Regaining control with FOCUS.
Butler Pappas' Carol Rooney is one of four CLM members who answered this month's question.
Handling the unique challenge of adjusting collector-vehicle claims.
Does the possibility that a guilty insured might profit from the payment on the claim impact the decision to pay the claim?
A five-step guide on implementing predictive analytics for claims management.
It might not be long before technology prevents the vast majority of potential accidents. Where does that leave auto insurers?
United Fire Group’s Vice President of Claims and Chief Claims Officer sheds light on what he looks for in a claims trainee, changing the public perception of claims, and generational differences in the workforce.