Policyholders need to evaluate their insurance programs for coverage gaps to made sure they are protected in the event of a mass tort proceeding.
Policyholders need to be aware of all the nuances of product recall insurance in order to ensure that their claim will be paid.
Recent changes in national case law suggest that a major shift is under way for CGL coverage of property damage to an insured contractor’s own work.
New ACORD changes mean that an additional insureds who relied on certificates of insurance are no longer guaranteed to receive notice of cancellation.
Certificates of insurance are often over-valued, leaving policyholders with a false sense of security.
Brazil’s rapid economic growth has increased the demand for insurance and created new compliance concerns.
Industry benchmarks and historical company data are invaluable for controlling workers comp claims costs.
Regulations, M&A and LIBOR issues are raising D&O rates.
Insurers can benefit by becoming more accountable.
Before a proposed merger or acquisition, companies must consider all historic coverage implications.
Insurance companies are slow to pay out for settlement costs — if they agree to pay at all. Here are some ways to improve the odds.
Insurance has a crummy reputation — but it may be improving.
The rise of claims-made policies and prior-knowledge exclusions encourages companies to disclose potential problems to insurers.
China heads a list of countries that are underinsured by an estimated $168 billion a year.
A new book from the Independent Institute examines the state vs. federal regulatory debate and makes a convincing case for reform