Vertafore Lists 25 Most Influential And Innovative People In InsureTech

Vertafore®¸ the leader in modern insurance technology¸ today revealed the Top 25 Disruptors – a list celebrating the 25 most influential and innovative people in the insurance technology (InsurTech) industry. This list of thought leaders includes social media influencers¸ industry analysts¸ investors¸ startup founders and advisors¸ corporate executives¸ and more¸ each recognized for their role in furthering digital disruption and accelerating innovation in the growing InsurTech market. The list is being released in advance of Vertafore’s second annual virtual conference¸ DISRUPT16.

Read more here:: The Claims Page USA

No tags for this post.

Vertafore Lists 25 Most Influential And Innovative People In InsureTech

Vertafore®¸ the leader in modern insurance technology¸ today revealed the Top 25 Disruptors – a list celebrating the 25 most influential and innovative people in the insurance technology (InsurTech) industry. This list of thought leaders includes social media influencers¸ industry analysts¸ investors¸ startup founders and advisors¸ corporate executives¸ and more¸ each recognized for their role in furthering digital disruption and accelerating innovation in the growing InsurTech market. The list is being released in advance of Vertafore’s second annual virtual conference¸ DISRUPT16.

Read more here:: The Claims Page USA

No tags for this post.

10 safe and affordable cars for teen drivers

The National Highway Safety Administration used protection and rollover safety as key considerations in its ratings.

Read more here:: Property Casualty 360

New Mexico Insurance Regulator Wants More Time to Pursue Back Taxes

’s superintendent of insurance pleaded Wednesday for more time to recover unpaid taxes on insurance premiums and investigate at least one company, after an outside audit uncovered $193 million in uncollected state revenue. Insurance Superintendent John Franchini told a …

Read more here:: Claims Journal USA

Buck Up And Watch Out For Deer

The odds of drawing a license for ’s deer gun season remain slim¸ but the odds of hitting that buck¸ doe or fawn with a vehicle are increasing on both sides of the ¸ a new report says. insurance company this week issued a report indicating Minnesota drivers are 1.3 percent more likely to hit a deer than they were last year¸ while drivers in North Dakota are a whopping 24.2 percent more likely to hit a deer. The odds: 1 in 91 in North Dakota¸ up from 1 in 113 last year¸ and 1 in 80 in Minnesota¸ up from 1 in 81 last year. Minnesota ranks seventh in the U.S. for car-deer collisions while North Dakota logs in at 14th.

Read more here:: The Claims Page USA

How to get client referrals without asking

As long as you are providing good advice, if you get to work creating top-of-mind awareness, your real referrals will increase.

Read more here:: Property Casualty 360

Is grammar still important?

Considering what one hears on television, grammar must no longer be relevant.

Read more here:: Property Casualty 360

Paralyzed Former Race Car Driver Gets First Driverless Car License

Former Indy Racing League driver has done a lot in the 16 years since an accident left him paralyzed from the neck down. He runs a racing team and a foundation. He’s raced a sailboat using his chin. …

Read more here:: Claims Journal USA

Friends Concerned About Miami Marlins’ Fernandez Boating

pitcher was a patron at a bar and restaurant the same night he and two friends were killed in a boat , a spokeswoman for the establishment confirmed Tuesday. A friend of one of …

Read more here:: Claims Journal USA

California Governor Signs Bill Targeting ‘Doctor-Shopping’ for Opioids

California doctors will be required to check a database of prescription narcotics before writing scripts for addictive drugs under legislation Gov. signed Tuesday that aims to address the scourge of opioid abuse. The measure attempts to crack down …

Read more here:: Claims Journal USA

California Governor Signs Bill Targeting ‘Doctor-Shopping’ for Opioids

California doctors will be required to check a database of prescription narcotics before writing scripts for addictive drugs under legislation Gov. signed Tuesday that aims to address the scourge of opioid abuse. The measure attempts to crack down …

Read more here:: Claims Journal USA

No tags for this post.

Texas DWC Claim Files go Digitial

Every month, TDI’s Division of Workers’ Compensation receives hundreds of requests for records of workers’ compensation claims that can date back to the 1960s. first checks to make sure the person requesting the confidential records has a right to …

Read more here:: Claims Journal USA

Older Drivers No Slower at Taking Control of Semi-Autonomous Cars

New research from North Carolina State University finds that older adults have comparable response times to young adults when tasked with taking control of a semi-autonomous vehicle. “Before we see fully autonomous cars enter the marketplace, we are likely to …

Read more here:: Claims Journal USA

No tags for this post.

FBI Says Database Tracking Police Use of Deadly Force Coming

The FBI will have up and running within two years a database that tracks instances of police use of deadly force, FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers Wednesday at a congressional hearing that reflected the sustained political interest in the …

Read more here:: Claims Journal USA

No tags for this post.

Lemonade to target ‘underserved’ customers

A major disruptor, which could dramatically impact the insurance industry has revealed which customers they will target as they mull international expansion

Read more here:: Insurance Business Online

$500,000 cyber theft foiled

Aussie insurers and brokers are on high alert as one businesses dodges a $500,000 cyber theft thanks to a fast-acting employee

Read more here:: Insurance Business Online

What do brokers want from underwriting agencies?

Take two minutes today to take part in valuable industry research

Read more here:: Insurance Business Online

Far Out Friday: Stockbroker took financial ‘advice’ from psychic

The boss of a failed Aussie stockbroking firm admits he took financial advice on major business decisions from a ‘professional intuitive and energy healer’

Read more here:: Insurance Business Online

Workplace discrimination impacts 1 in 5 Aussies

A special session at a Dive In event has revealed that non-native English speakers and culturally diverse Aussies experience workplace discrimination

Read more here:: Insurance Business Online

Workplace discrimination impacts 1 in 5 Aussies

A special session at a Dive In event has revealed that non-native English speakers and culturally diverse Aussies experience workplace discrimination

Read more here:: Insurance Business Online

No tags for this post.