Despite an ongoing economic recovery in the United States and around the world, countries like Brazil, Thailand and Kenya are experiencing heightened levels of risk
Given that severe weather always has been a driver of property and casualty claims, it is no surprise that the insurance industry is carefully considering the impact of climate change.
After almost three years of premium increases, the property/casualty market may be softening.
Commercial construction may be on the rise, but so are contractors professional liability concerns.
Preventing reputational crises begins with realizing that transparency is no longer optional.
A 20-year-old concept may finally be gaining traction as a tool to address workforce health risks.
For those with less adventurous appetites—or just a healthy instinct for self-preservation—novelty flavors beg a simple question: Why would anyone make these?
According to a new study, about 40,000 drones are expected to be in use in 2015, but a few challenges still need to be addressed.
By 2100, scientists predict lightning strikes in the continental United States will increase by 50%.
Only about half of property/casualty insurers are comprehensively addressing climate risks.
Certificates of insurance may be common but may states have issued regulations governing their proper use.
Prudent measures to mitigate potential financial losses stemming from Ebola or other infectious disease outbreaks should include a review of existing insurance coverage.
Employers need to be aware of certain legal and financial issues related to the Ebola epidemic.
The Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh has spurred safety reforms in the apparel industry.
Athletes make for exciting spokepeople, but sometimes their scandals become the company’s.
A host of events, including natural and man-made disasters, episodes of corporate malfeasance, and new tech challenges, helped define the risk management landscape in 2014.