With weather patterns and storm severity growing less predictable, a comprehensive disaster recovery plan—including reliable insurance protection—is a vital risk management task for any business.
Companies often overlook existing insurance policies that cover environmental liability claims.
Crime losses abound for policyholders in every industry, but navigating the insurance claims process can be a challenge.
Analysis of a potential acquisition or merger partner’s historic insurance portfolio is an essential, if too often overlooked, aspect of M&A due diligence.
As the use of drones becomes more widespread, so does the risk of liability stemming from drone-related accidents.
Companies need to understand the nature of employment practices liability insurance and how it applies to emerging trends in employment litigation.
An insurance program must account for both first- and third-party cyberrisks.
Courts have often ruled that some of the ways that insurers have tried to recoup D&O costs are not permitted.
Now that pollution legal liability policies are widening the scope of potential coverage, issues of notice and disclosure are the likeliest flashpoints for coverage disputes.
Policyholders facing losses due to civil unrest should work diligently to identify potentially responsive insurance coverage.
Seven tips to help policyholder resolve disaster insurance claims.
To prepare for disaster, policyholders must learn to think more like insurance companies.
In light of recent hacking incidents, a regular review and tune-up of insurance coverages, particularly cyberinsurance, is important.
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.
Prudent measures to mitigate potential financial losses stemming from Ebola or other infectious disease outbreaks should include a review of existing insurance coverage.