Innovation in insurance is not simply a new product, service or technology. Real innovation engages people.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Kent Sullivan, a partner at Jackson Walker, as insurance commissioner for a term set to expire Feb. 1, 2019.
A former insurance broker on Long Island who previously pleaded guilty to charges of grand larceny, scheme to defraud and other crimes has been sentenced...
Fitch Ratings and AIR Worldwide analyze how Mexico's insurers will be affected by the nation's recent major catastrophic events.
A new report identifies the top five factors putting American homes at risk of a burglary.
Berkshire Hathaway Inc. said Thursday it agreed to buy about 9% of Italian insurer Societa Cattolica di Assicurazioni Scrl.
Sales is about earning trust. You cannot earn a sale if you first don’t earn trust.
Willis Towers Watson reports on insurance price changes in Q2 for 2017, well before Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.
Whether your clients are starting a business for the first time or looking to increase their business's bottom line, which small business insurance they go...
Succession planning begins 5-10 years before turning over the keys.
The importance of patent risk insurance is starting to really sink in.
Starting this week, Flaspöhler will be reaching out to America’s agents by e-mailing them the link to the 2018 Independent Agent Survey.
The U.S. government and American International Group Inc. have parted ways again, and for the insurer it’s the end of a nine-year journey of retrenchment...
Microsoft recently published a case study profiling Lockton Affinity’s implementation of a new e-commerce platform.
Environmental consulting has been around since the early 1970s, but it's still an expanding field with unique risks and exposures.
National Underwriter is highlighting independent agents and brokers in this issue, so let's declare today Independents’ Day!
After the recent hurricanes, wind storms and wild fires, property owners have been cleaning up debris from downed trees and asking “What's covered and what's...
Most agency owners dream of either selling their company or passing it onto the next generation. Whatever the plan, the goal is a successful transition...
The U.S. freed the New York-based insurer from enhanced regulation, removing the scarlet letter it wore since the 2008 financial crisis.
Too small to fail? Think again.
The owner of Florida-based Miochosis Construction, Inc. left her employees uninsured and vulnerable to workplace injuries.