Nobody wants to be caught holding stone chisels in a digital world. Here's how insurers can quicken the pace of innovation.
InsurTech wasn't around in Charles Dickens' day, but digital transformation is creating 'great expectations' for insurers and consumers alike.
Technology news from Pioneer State Mutual and Duck Creek, Dryden Mutual, CallVU, The Hanover and Insurity, Applied Systems, All Risks, Ltd., and Intellect Design Arena...
A properly planned and executed event can help you nurture relationships and become a community pillar. Or just attend an event with a client.
Independent insurance agents and brokers share these 6 key traits, as identified by a 30-year veteran.
It's possible for insurance agents & brokers to stay focused and get to the end of the year with success and sanity.
As we approach the end of 2017, and start planning for 2018, is reviewing and updating producer contracts on your to-do list?
A new report from Lloyd's and RMS proposes more use of downward counterfactual risk analysis to better predict losses and mitigate risks.
Interviewing an insured immediately after an incident could impact the claim if it goes to litigation.
Insurance agency mergers and acquisitions continue at a fast pace in the third quarter.
Today’s 'beasts' can look like viruses, ransomware, denial of services (DOS) attacks or data breaches for businesses.
News from Worldwide Facilties, Argo Group International Holdings Ltd., S.S. Nesbitt & Co. and more.
Capital requirements for insurers are currently undergoing far-reaching changes across numerous jurisdictions.
In many ways, your success in insurance depends on the expertise of your underwriter. But how do you know if you've got the right underwriting...
One of the great ironies of the insurance industry is that it was among the first to embrace analytics but has become known for its...
A Chubb research project found that it’s not what you say to prospects that matters; it’s what they hear.
Experts cite highly competitive pricing, more distracted driving and the increasing frequency and severity of medical claims as significant challenges in the commercial auto insurance...
The small device that was approved, a Snap drone, has internal rotors and is designed to break apart in the event of a crash to...
Comb through insurance policy language to determine exactly what property is covered after a fire.
Too small to fail? Think again.
The owner of Florida-based Miochosis Construction, Inc. left her employees uninsured and vulnerable to workplace injuries.