8 core levers risk managers can use to maximize liability protection

From a liability perspective, managing starts with making good decisions on the front lines.

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Man charged with defrauding FEMA of over $250K

A man from Pennsylvania has been charged with using phony documents to collect $252,734 in -backed disaster benefits and payments.

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5 big cybersecurity lessons to learn from the Equifax data breach

The Equifax data breach has been unlike any other. Its victims’ did not voluntarily provide their personal information to the company, nor did they have the ability to opt out.

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The software revolution laps the insurance shore

Nobody wants to be caught holding stone chisels in a digital world. With the right development tools in place, insurers can quicken the pace of innovation.

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Halloween night poses hidden hazards & over 100 fatalities

In 2016, 107 people died on the roads the night of October 31st, and 21% of those killed were pedestrians

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InsurTech sets the stage for ‘A Tale of Two Industries’

InsurTech wasn’t around in ’ day, but the accelerating pace of innovation is creating ‘great expectations’ for insurers and consumers alike.

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Heating system insurance claims: Furnace and boiler puffbacks

carriers see an influx of claims for the failure of furnaces and boilers in the fall.

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Insurance apps aren’t popular with policyholders yet, finds J.D. Power

There’s an app for that — but no one is using it to file claims.

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Who’s using what in property & casualty insurance: Oct. 30, 2017

Technology news from Pioneer State Mutual and , Dryden Mutual, CallVU, The Hanover and Insurity, , All Risks, Ltd., and Intellect Design Arena Ltd.

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Cities fall short on preparing for disaster

The government’s own data points very clearly to the magnitude of the effects of weather and climate disasters in the U.S.

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Superstorm Sandy 5 years later: What have we learned?

Looking back at on its fifth anniversary, Allianz has some recommendations for clients in a new report.

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Grow your insurance client base through events

A properly planned and executed event can help you nurture relationships and become a community pillar. Or just attend an event with a client.

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Creative learning: Changing the status quo for subrogation education

Innovation and imagination are critical to imparting timeless principles

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Independent insurance agents always find a way

Independent agents and brokers share these 6 key traits, as identified by a 30-year veteran.

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10 U.S. cities with spookiest and most stressful commutes

As the spookiest day of the year approaches, staffing firm highlights the cities with the most hair-raising commutes.

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As cyber risks evolve, businesses are growing complacent, Zurich report says

Results from Zurich ’s annual Advisen Cyber Survey were presented and analyzed at this year’s Cyber Insights Conference in .

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A group of storms may be the next system to menace the Caribbean

Computer models show the system moving over grazing south Florida before heading into the Atlantic.

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Think insurers can price their way back from storms? Think again

Investors may be ‘sorely disappointed’ when reinsurers don’t see quick rebounds in book values as they did after past storms, analyst said.

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3 ways for insurance agency owners to beat ‘autumn angst’

It’s possible for agents & brokers to stay focused and get to the end of the year with success and sanity.

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Here’s how insurers can solve their ‘low-touch’ problem

Property and casualty insurers can have a tough time connecting with their customers. One solution: Build a service ecosystem.

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