Blockchain technology has the potential to streamline insurance transactions, but questions remain about what it can do and how it can best be applied.
Many companies purchase cyber insurance and assume the task is complete, but risk managers must continually evaluate their coverage.
Insurance companies are finding ways to leverage information from social media to combat fraud.
Incorporating data analytics into workers comp case management lowers costs and boosts results.
Providing prompt notice of a claim is necessary to preserve coverage, but the law allows exceptions.
Only seven states do not allow usage of marijuana for medical or recreational purposes, but complicated workers compensation issues remain.
Stoicism can help risk managers better deal with conflicts and reach successful resolutions.
As cyber extortion becomes common, companies must familiarize themselves with policy terms in order to maximize key cyber coverage.
A massive recall of exploding phones highlights lesser-known and undervalued supply chain risks.
Testing employees before they are hired can help reduce workplace injuries.
A well-structured return-to-work program is one of the most effective ways to minimize workers comp costs and improve an employee’s recovery.
Court decisions and form changes are narrowing available coverage in the construction industry.
Risk professionals must closely review their first-party coverage for business income losses.
These common missteps can make the claim process go south.
Resilience ratings can ensure that natural disasters have a low impact on critical building infrastructure.